Now we will see the 2002 Ferrari 575M Maranello, where this car is full of history. As a substitution for the 550 Maranello in 2001, the design has two doors and is classified as a super grand tourer. Modifications occur in this car, and the letter “M” indicates that. However, there is no change in body Pininfarina. Quite stable, because the weight ratio of the front and back is evenly distributed, 50:50. Thanks to the differential position between the rear wheels and the gearbox.
Pinion steering, power-assisted rack, ventilated disc brakes, and four drilled wheels, coil spring suspension, and nice anti-roll bar inside.
Suspension controlled by the reliable gearbox minimizes the pitches when changing gear. In the corners of the car, there are independently controlled dampers, which are combined damping systems.
You can choose Sport or Comfort mode, and automatically the optimal driving height will be selected.
Innovations and improvements of the 575m Maranello sports car include:
- The interior such as the dashboard and new seats
- The headlights are more attractive
- Larger disc brakes with upgraded bearings to improve cooling and avoid fading
- The new steering wheel and door trim
- Modified air intake to increase engine cooling
- Further aerodynamic improvements
Using a 5.75 liter V12 aluminum engine with twin overhead camshafts plus four valves per cylinder. The engine has a compression rate of 11.0: 1, capable of producing 515 bhp at 7250 rpm, and torque of 434 ft/lbs at 5,250 Rpm.
The maximum speed is 202 mph and time 0-60 mph 4.1 seconds. Fuel consumption is 12 mpg in cities with dry-sump lubrication and Bosch fuel injection.
Production continued in 2006 and was replaced by the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano sports car in the middle of the same year. Ferrari developed the GTC package in 2005, which offered improved handling characteristics. The optional package includes an improved suspension system to improve performance, the shape of the free-flow exhaust system, 19-inch wheels, and new 16-inch disc brakes at the front and 14 inches at the rear using F1 composite material.