Complete Ferrari 575M Maranello lineup, specs, economy, dimensions

1996 Ferrari 575M Maranello - Technical Specs, Fuel economy, Dimensions2002 - 2006 Ferrari 575M Maranello Coupe575M Maranello2 Trims 515 to 540 Hp

The Ferrari 575M Maranello is a 2-seater grand tourer (GT) manufactured and marketed by Ferrari, an Italian automobile manufacturer, from 2002 to 2006.
Released in 2002, it is simply a modified 550 Maranello having minimal design tweaks from Pininfarina. In the first part of 2006, 599 GTB replaced the 575M.

History of Ferrari 575M Maranello

Ferrari introduced the Gran Turismo two-door two-seater sports vehicle Ferrari 575M Maranello in 2002. The Ferrari 550 Maranello was superseded by this sports vehicle. The company made no modifications to the Ferrari 575M Maranello's V12 engine from the earlier 550 Maranello model. By increasing its operating volume from 5.5L to 5.75L, its power became 515 hp from 485 hp. The 6-speed manual gearbox was installed in the basic configuration, as expected for a vehicle in this class. However, the option presented as an option is a big hit with customers. The 575M (Modificata - Modified) was Ferrari's flagship GT model when Ferrari debuted it in 2002, and it was meant to be both comfortable and fast. Since its first Ferrari-badged vehicle, the Italian company has been striving to provide high-performance automobiles that customers can drive on the track and open streets for relaxing drives. As a result, the company marketed the 575M more as a grand tourer than a sports car.

Ferrari 575M Superamerica

Ferrari released Open-top (convertible) variants of the 575 Maranello in 2005. The system included a rotating roof with electrochromic glass, which provided a unique driving experience for passengers in the interior. The Superamerica variant of the Ferrari 410 Superamerica has gone the same way as previous well-known Ferrari models. Although it was a higher-end GT model from the Italian manufacturer, it shared its platform with the 550/575M Maranello. It was the first vehicle to provide a unique blend of comfort and sportiness.


In 2002, Ferrari sold its Ferrari 575M Maranello with the original MSRP of $214,670, which is $343,071 in 2022.


Interior Features of Ferrari 575M Maranello

The dashboard and center tunnel of the 575M Maranello has been completely reworked. The rev counter sits in the middle of a pod comprising all the instruments ahead of the driver. The steering wheel, door moldings, and interior elements are all new. Carrozzeria Scaglietti may also customize the 575M Maranello to the customer's specifications, allowing buyers to choose their appearance, equipment, and interior space usefulness. The inside was elegant, with leather, metal, and high-quality plastics for the buttons and knobs making up most of the materials. The bolstered seats proved that it was still a performance car. In addition, the yellow tachometer display in the instrument cluster served as a visual cue to the car's speed.

Exterior Features of Ferrari 575M Maranello

With a spinning surface just above the trunk that pivots around, Ferrari gave an open-top feel without the need for a retractable roof, unlike other car manufacturers that attempted to do the same. It also included a distinctive electrochromic glass roof panel that could be tinted or transparent at the press of a button. There was no major difference between this car's front fascia and those on the 575 Coupe version.


Ferrari 575M Maranello delivers 508 hp (379 kW) at 7,250 rpm and 434 lb-ft (588 Nm) of torque at 5,250 rpm. This model accelerates from 0-60 mph (97 kph) in 4.2 seconds with a top speed of 202 mph (325 kph) and a curb weight of 4,085 lbs (1,853 kg) and 4,200 lbs (1,905 kg) for the Superamerica model. Ferrari manufactured the 575M Maranello as a rear-wheel-drive (RWD) model in 6-speed manual and 6-speed "F1" Graziano automated manual transmissions. Ferrari powered the model with a 5.7L F133 E/G V12 engine.

Release Date

Ferrari released the Ferrari 575M Maranello in 2002, and they discontinued it in the first half of 2006.