In 2002, the Ferrari 575 M Maranello was introduced. The car further evolved the stunning 550 Maranello design, with a revised front end and a new interior. Most importantly, the 550s engine was increased in size to 5.75 liters, and power jumped to a hefty 515 hp. The 575 also had adaptive suspension and an optional F1 style transmission to improve driving dynamics and shift times. Approximately 2,100 Ferrari 575M Maranellos were produced between 2002 and 2006, at which point Ferraris 599 GTB Fiorano picked up the GT torch. The Ferrari 550 and 575 have proven to be remarkably trouble free as far as late-model exotic cars go, with some of the only potential problem areas being minor electrical issues, premature wear of cooling hoses, and, for the 550, some partial failures of engine mounts that was later corrected in the 575. Engine work, including the replacement of timing belts, can be performed with the engine remaining in the car, which helps keep some of Ferraris notorious upkeep costs in check. The cars also provide a thoroughly modern interpretation of the classic Ferrari GT
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