2003 Ferrari 575 GTC

2003 Ferrari 575 GTC
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  • Ferrari 575 GTC
  • Year:
    2003-
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Transmission:
    6-Speed Sequential
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    605@6000
  • Torque @ RPM:
    5200
  • Displacement:
    5997 L
  • 0-60 time:
    3.5 sec.
  • Top Speed:
    208 mph
  • Price:
    785,000
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Following on from the success of privately-entered 550 Maranellos in international GT racing, including a historic class win in the 2003 Le Mans 24 Hours, Ferrari has developed its own in-house evolution of the new 575M Maranello, the 575 GTC (where the C stands for Competizione).

 

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Car For Sale: 2005 Ferrari 575 GTC Evoluzione

Car For Sale: 2005 Ferrari 575 GTC Evoluzione

The last front-engined, V-12 Ferrari racing car

The Ferrari 575 GTC Evoluzione is a gorgeous, loud, and fast beast. It also heralded the end of an era for Ferrari as the last race car to come out of Maranello powered by a V-12 engine. What is more, Ferrari never built another GT1 car nor has there been a front-engined Ferrari on the race tracks of the world since the 575 and its sibling, the 550 Maranello, retired from top-level competition at the tail end of the noughties. Can you hear the fat lady’s song over the roar of the V-12?

It was all back in the early ’70s that Ferrari finally decided to pour the bulk of its resources into the F1 program and thus curtail its works-backed participation in top-level sports car endurance racing, bringing to an end an era that saw the Prancing Horse gallop to the top step of the podium at Le Mans a record nine times in just 16 years. But Ferraris kept racing in long-distance events and this, the 575 GTC, was Ferrari’s official answer to the re-born GT1 class a decade and a half ago.

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For sale: One-off Ferrari 575 GTZ "Zagato"

For sale: One-off Ferrari 575 GTZ "Zagato"

This one-off Ferrari 575 GTZ is one of the few Ferrari models Zagato has clothed over the years. The 575 GTZ is based on the 575 Maranello and was ordered by a prominent Japanese collector in 2005 to celebrate the model’s 50th anniversary. There was only one model offered for private purchase and no other examples will ever be built again, so this might be the only chance for you to own one. That is, of course, if you have 1.5 million Euros (about $1,950,000 at the current exchange rates) in your pocket.

The 575 GTZ Zagato was built entirely from aluminum and features design cues taken from the 250GT Zagato Coupe, including the trademark ’double bubble’ roof, prominent front and rear fenders, and the big grille. And while the exterior looks amazing, we really do not understand why Zagato opted for that interior color combination.

Under the hood, there is a 5.7 liter V12 engine that delivers a total of 508 HP and sprints the car to an impressive top speed of 203 mph.

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Auto Trader Special: Rod Stewart's Ferrari

Auto Trader Special: Rod Stewart’s Ferrari

You have to wonder if someone’s going to call up Rod Stewart and offer to by the Ferrari Maranello 575 he’s put on sale, if only Rod’ll take a certified check for more than the price and provide the balance in cash to the buyer. The various scams involving Auto Trader listings have left some sellers of higher-end sports cars holding a worthless, forged “certified check” from an out-of-town buyer, even after banks ostensibly vouched for the check’s authenticity and value.
But, Stewart is (...)

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Ferrari 575 GTZ World premiere

Ferrari 575 GTZ World premiere

One of the biggest highlights of the Villa d’Este Concorso d’Eleganza was the world premiere of the Ferrari 575 GTZ, a car specifically built for “gentleman drivers” along the lines of the historic 250 GTZ from 1956.
“The launch of the Ferrari 575 GTZ is important for two reasons,” commented Zagato’s Paolo di Taranto at the exclusive Italian event. “Firstly it marks one of the first coachbuilt cars in recent years to be able to officially be sold using the Prancing Horse badge. Secondly it also (...)

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2003 Ferrari 575 GTC

2003 Ferrari 575 GTC

Following on from the success of privately-entered 550 Maranellos in international GT racing, including a historic class win in the 2003 Le Mans 24 Hours, Ferrari has developed its own in-house evolution of the new 575M Maranello, the 575 GTC (where the C stands for Competizione).

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2005 Ferrari 575 GTC Evoluzione

2005 Ferrari 575 GTC Evoluzione

The opening Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli 2005 race will take place on Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 April at the Enzo and Dino Ferrari autodrome, Imola. The Italian GT championship will also kick off this weekend with the Ferrari 575 GTC Evoluzione 2005 and the 550 Maranello appearing in the main class and the 360 GTC in the N-GT category.

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