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575M FHP Production Numbers

Hi all,

Does anyone know how many 575M's in total were produced with the Fiorano Handling Pack?

A main dealer here in the UK states a total of 392 were produced out of all 575M's.

Mine also has the Carbon Seats, apparently one of 92 and it has the 4-Point Safety Belts; one of 40. These figures are what they obtained from the Ferrari Northern Europe.

Anyone else have any different numbers?

Thanks!

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No, do not. Not sure where the dealer would have gotten the 392 figure without pulling all the build sheets for all the 575Ms and counting the ones with FHP. The numbers from Ferrari are probably good for B spec Euro cars only, but they would have had to do something similar or search a database I have not heard about. The 4 point belts were not an option in the US, but were in most of the rest of the world.
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Hi all,

Does anyone know how many 575M's in total were produced with the Fiorano Handling Pack?

A main dealer here in the UK states a total of 392 were produced out of all 575M's.

Mine also has the Carbon Seats, apparently one of 92 and it has the 4-Point Safety Belts; one of 40. These figures are what they obtained from the Ferrari Northern Europe.

Anyone else have any different numbers?

Thanks!

Doug
Hello Doug,

Terry is the more expert between us about the production number/details and other things of the Maranello's....

I have one of the unknow pruced number of 575 HGTC factory optioned, i'm searching form some years the exact number but i never had answer from the Factory .... i tried in different ways but answers was like a joke by Factory ...

From my side i have a question, did you recently purchase you FHP 575?
If yes, could post some pictures (maybe in 550 & 575 Owners List thred), we are always interested to admire a piece of art like the Maranello

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Thanks Taz!

Fabio, I have owned the car for almost three years. I will post some pictures in the 550 & 575 Owners List thread. Much appreciated!
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No, do not. Not sure where the dealer would have gotten the 392 figure without pulling all the build sheets for all the 575Ms and counting the ones with FHP. The numbers from Ferrari are probably good for B spec Euro cars only, but they would have had to do something similar or search a database I have not heard about. The 4 point belts were not an option in the US, but were in most of the rest of the world.
Hi, I own a 2004 USA 575M.Your data lists my car as having an F1 transmission. It has however a 6-speed manual produced system.
Serial number: 138902, Assembly number 56464 Cheers!
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Is she an original 3 pedal or a conversion? They are all 6 speeds and all have the same transmission. Only the shift and clutch mechanisms and relevant ECUs are changed.

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575M FHP Production Numbers

I will try to attach my window sticker that states 6-spd manual shift.

My 2004 575M is a three pedal car and has never been modified from an F1 transmission.
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Thanks, will change it in the list.

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I will try to attach my window sticker that states 6-spd manual shift.

My 2004 575M is a three pedal car and has never been modified from an F1 transmission.
wow ......
can you post some pictures?

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