Ferrari 456 M-GT

  • German delivery
  • Two owners from new
  • Classic color combination
Year:2000
Paintwork:Silver
Interior:Leather black
Gearing Type:Manual
Mileage:60.240 KM
Power:424 HP
Fuel*:Petrol
Price:65.900,- € (incl. 19% VAT)

* Fuel consumption: (DIN 70030) 13,3 L Super determined at 3/4 of maximum speed, maximum of 110 km / h below surcharge of 10% (factory specification)

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The Ferrari 456 M-GT

The 456M, in its GT and automatic gearbox GTA guises, is the evolution of Ferrari’s highly successful interpretation of its traditional 2+2 models. First introduced in 1992, the 456 GT was the marque’s first car designed with the 21st century in mind and has been much appreciated by Maranello’s clients for the way it provides saloon-class comfort and roominess combined with class-leading performance. A true four-seater coupé, the 456 GT was also the first modern Ferrari to revert to a front engine, rear-wheel drive layout, with the gearbox in unit with the rear differential for ideal weight distribution as well as plenty of space for passengers and luggage. The GT version of the 456M complete with six-speed plus reverse manual gearbox was an evolution of a model that proved particularly popular with owners that wanted an authentic Ferrari that was still capable of seating four and very versatile to boot. Continuing the marque tradition in the 2+2 sector, the Pininfarina-designed 456M GT combines the blistering performance of a 5.474 cc V12 with the comfort and liveability of grand tourer. A front-mounted engine and rear-mounted gearbox was the most rational choice to achieve more cabin space and benchmark driveability and safety. Particular attention was lavished on the car’s aerodynamics yielding a clear front design and involving the adoption a retractable wing integrated into the rear bumper. Front axle life was optimised by the specific shape front bumper spoiler and bonnet as well as work done on the rear diffuser.

The 456 M GT had a tubular steel chassis to which light aluminium panels were spot-welded using a specially-treated foil known as Feran. This meant that the chassis had both the lightness of aluminium and the stiffness of steel. To keep weight down, the front bonnet was carbon-fibre. The four-seater cabin was trimmed in Connolly leather. The seats were electronically adjustable with position memory. The instruments were analogue with multiple gauges. The 456 M GT also sported a fully automatic climate control system with solar radiation sensor, and stereo system. The tubular steel spaceframe chassis was linked to four-wheel independent suspension with stabiliser arms and double wishbones with antidive geometry. The electronically-controlled gas dampers had two settings. The Servotronic power-assisted was rack and pinion while the brakes had four ventilated discs with ABS and an electronic rear brake corrector. The car also featured an evolved ASR traction control system linked to the antiskid system which greatly improved safety even in the trickiest of conditions. The 442 hp 5474 cc front 65° V12 was longitudinally mounted. It had four valves per cylinder with twin overhead cam distribution. The engine management system was the Bosch M5.2. There was also dry single-plate clutch and dry sump lubrication. The 456M GT had a six-speed plus reverse mechanical gearbox.

The vehicle offered here was registered to the Frankfurt Lions "Die Löwen" Eishokey GmbH on October 13, 2000 and was used by the association's board for special occasions in the upcoming years. Finally, in spring 2004, the last registered change of ownership to the Dringler Präzisionsmodelle GmbH in Überlingen on Lake Constance took place. For the next seven years, the car remains in the possession of the managing director, who gladly used it for regular drives. Of course, the  service booklet reveals the exemplary maintenance history. In the summer of 2011, the owner decides to deregister his vehicle and initially store it in his garage. There, the car will remain for the next 3 years. In the late autumn of 2014, the Mechatronik collection administration acquires the Ferrari and subjects it to re-commissioning. The following years, the 456 M-GT spends his time in our collection, until the decision was made to release the vehicle for sale. For detailed questions our sales staff is always at your disposal.