Very few buyers got the opportunity to acquire the 575M ‘Fiorano handling pack edition’ of which just 392 were made. Included in the FHP was an uprated braking system along with new suspension and steering components, in addition to the handling pack the car was also treated to a limited edition interior pack which included the F1 style paddle shifters, dash plate, radio surround and door panels. Other very rare upgrades were also added including the four 19inch alloys it currently sits on, the small spare wheel and the special-order carbon seats. The result of the newly tried suspension, roll cage and other such upgrades produced a much stiffer ride adding to the already sharp handling of the 575. Amongst the very best of modern Ferraris the 575M ‘Fiorano edition’ represents a fantastic opportunity to own a front engine V12 GT car with the spirit of the much earlier Ferraris dating back to the 1960s and 70s.
Leaving Maranello in 2003, this 575M ‘Fiorano edition’ was delivered new in Rossa Red to its first owner in Nuremberg, Germany. Described by the vendor as well maintained and in immaculate condition the car has seen little use since being in the U.K. and has covered a mere 14,920 kms (9270 miles). With no expense spared there are many bills and receipts in the history file showing previous work carried out, notably the recent timing belt change just 553 miles ago and the refurbished interior, after the common “sticky” trim of which many Ferraris of the era suffer with. Included in the sale of this rare spec’d 575M is a fitted 250GT grille (original included with sale) and is also supplied with the original toolkit, jack and factory handbooks. The registration number 575WOW will be offered with the car.