Upon its launch, the Ferrari 550 Maranello, a modern-day successor to the 365 GTB/4 Daytona, proved to be an overwhelming success, as it as capable of crossing continents at high speed whilst also cosseting its driver and passenger in comfort and with a boot full of luggage Five years after the introduction of the 550 Maranello, Ferrari unveiled the 575M Maranello. which offered a range of upgrades over its predecessor The displacement of its V-12 engine was increase by 250 cubic centimetres to 5,748 cubic centimetres, hence the designation of 575. This brought about a healthy increase in power and torque, giving the 575M a top speed of 202 mph Larger brakes were fitted to help reign the speed, while there was improved weight distribution to an even 50/50, which improved the already capable handling. For the time also in a front-engined V-12 model, buyers also had the opportunity to outfit their new car with an transmission, which proved to be a very popular option This stunning example, with the desirable gearbox, was delivered to its first owner in 2002 and is today presented in impeccable condition Previously owned by a former director of Fig F40. F50, and Enzo. Presented in subtle yet incredibly attractive Ferrari, its stablemates included an Argento and complemented by elegant dark blue leather upholstery and carpets, this car has travelled just 670 kilometres during its pampered lfe, serviced regularly of invoices for which are included on file, it is accompanied by its original books and to s clear that there are by Motor Modena, mph-plus Ferrari grand tourer few, if any, finer examples of this stunning and extremely rapid 200.