7,400 Miles, Clean Carfax, Dealer Serviced
Pristine condition, service up to date, no leather shrinkage, no sticky buttons. Paddle shift F1, Tubi exhaust. Leather wallet, manuals, stamped service book, toolkit, all keys and Ferrari car cover included. We recently took this car in on trade from a collector/customer.
508 horsepower aluminum, dry-sump, 65-degree block with aluminum cylinder heads, double overhead cams, and four valves per cylinder.
F1 transmission with a launch-control system that adjusts clutch engagement and throttle position to give the 575M the best possible standing-start getaway. Just turn off the traction control, put the adjustable suspension in the sport mode, hold the brake, bring the revs to about 5250 rpm (peak torque point), and release the brake. Once the computer realizes there's a street race going on and the driver hits the upshift paddle when the engine has passed 6000 rpm, it also automatically adjusts the shift speed to the quickest setting, or 0.22 second per shift, a shift speed we'd be hard pressed to beat on our best day. The 575M can vary the shift speed from sedate to rifle quick depending on whether it senses hard or soft driving. Ferrari says F1-equipped cars can accelerate to 62 mph in 4.2 seconds, 0.05 second quicker than manual cars.
The computer-controlled suspension has two modes, comfort and sport. In both modes, the computer will read signals from six accelerometers and the tire-pressure warning system and then adjust the shock damping to maximize either handling or ride. Ferrari says that with the system in the sport mode the 575M generates 20 percent more cornering traction than when it is in the comfort mode.
This an excellent, well serviced, low mile 575M in great colors waiting for its next owner.