1995 512m Ferrari Coupe


Engine: 4.9 Liter horizontally opposed V-12
Transmission: ZF five- speed manual
Power output: 432 HP
Production total: 75 US market

About our 1995 512m Ferrari Coupe

Our 1995 Ferrari was one of the 75 built for and delivered to the US. After years of refinement on the Testarossa, the 512M was the perfected version from Ferrari. Although it shares many similarities with the Testarossas of the 80s, this 512M has distinctive improvements that set it apart from the rest of the years. Fitted headlights, rounded taillights, a more modern steering wheel, adjustable pedals, a new ABS system, gas-filled shock absorbers, and a refined air conditioning system are just some of the highlights of our Ferrari. This 1995 Ferrari 512M is a staple for any Ferrari collector or enthusiast.

History of the 1995 512m Ferrari Coupe

The 512 M was introduced at the Paris Salon in October 1994 as the final and definitive version of the Testarossa. With its ‘M’ designation (Modifucata) came a modified design and mechanical upgrades to the engine, transmission, and numerous other systems and included aerodynamic changes to the front end. The weight of the car was reduced by about 150 lb. and performance was staggering. Acceleration was 0-60 in 4.6 seconds, 0-100 in 10.2 seconds and a quarter mile time of 12.8 seconds. A 432 HP 4.9 liter horizontally opposed V-12 in mid-ship position with a five-speed manual gearbox provided the power. Production for the world market was five hundred one in total with seventy-five designated for sale to the U.S market. Although they were constructed between 1994 and 1996, all U.S. versions were 1995 models.