A crashed example of the Ferrari 575M has been recently spotted in what seems to be the yard of a garage.
If you though that the Ferrari 575M was kept safe from unfortunate incidents, think again, because a particular example of the supercar is the star of our article. The model in question is wearing a red finish on its body, coming with the privacy glass, the silver five-spoke wheels covering the red brake calipers and a damaged front fascia. Despite the damages not being that harsh, the supercar will still need a complete makeover in order to return to its former glory so don’t expect a cheap servicing bill. If you happen to know how this model ended up looking like this, please feel free to share.
Ferrari has been producing the 575M between 2002 and 2006. The supercar was designed by Lorenzo Ramciotti, from Pininfarina, and it was offered as a grand tourer, with a two-door coupe body style and a front engine and rear-wheel drive layout. The 575M stood at 4,550 mm in length, 1,935 mm in width and 1,277 mm in height, weighing in 1,730 kg. This was the predecessor of the 599 GTB Fiorano and it has replaced the 550 Maranello. It was making use of a 5.7 liter V12 engine, rated at 508 HP (379 kW) and 588 Nm (434 lb-ft) of torque, available at 5,250 rpm. The 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) acceleration took 4.2 seconds and top speed stood at 325 km/h (202 mph).