Maserati

Maserati returns to the 2+2 coupe - The Alfieri Concept [Release]

Geneva, March 4, 2014 - Maserati unveiled the Alfieri, a 2+2 concept car to celebrate the brand’s centenary at the Geneva Palexpo today. The Alfieri is an exciting but realistic and 100% functional prototype that says much about the design DNA of future Maseratis; it could well be a door to the future of the Trident Marque. The striking new concept bears the name of Alfieri, the most prominent of the Maserati brothers and the engineering genius who founded “Officine Alfieri Maserati” in Bologna a century ago. The Alfieri was created at the Maserati Centro Stile in Turin by a group of talented young designers, under the direction of Marco Tencone overseen by Lorenzo Ramaciotti.

Classic Maseratis to remember Tazio Nuvolari

Andrea Cittadini drove four historic models and two from the current Maserati range in Nuvolari's stomping grounds.  Photos by Angelo Corradini, Maserati

Maserati's new baby - the Ghibli

April 2013 Modena. Maserati will reveal the all-new Ghibli in Shanghai. The Ghibli will have a sportier character compared to the larger Quattroporte, launched at the beginning of this year. The Ghibli will be available with two turbocharged 3.0-litre V6 engines, an eight-speed automatic transmission and both rear-wheel drive and the new “Q4” all-wheel drive system.

Maserati introduces new Quattroporte [Release]

Modena, Dec 2012. The flagship of the Maserati product range, the new Quattroporte is larger, lighter, more luxurious and more practical than the globally acclaimed car it replaces. With a 307km/h top speed, it’s also as fast as most two-door supercars. The sixth-generation Quattroporte delivers a leap forward that not only sets the high-technology tone for Maserati’s upcoming new-model onslaught, but also remains faithful to Maserati’s long history in luxury sports sedans. The powerful engine and the large cabin are at the core of the Quattroporte’s design, dominated by a long, powerful nose and a concave Trident grille and providing a clear link to both the outgoing Quattroporte and the GranTurismo. Even with all of its new technology, the new Quattroporte remains true to Maserati’s roots. Its V8 twin turbo makes it not only the fastest four-door Maserati ever built, but also the most powerful and the most economical as well.

Maserati introduces new Quattroporte [Release]

Modena 3 Dec 2012. The flagship of the Maserati product range, the new Quattroporte is larger, lighter, more luxurious and more practical than the globally acclaimed car it replaces. With a 307km/h top speed, it’s also as fast as most two-door supercars. The sixth-generation Quattroporte delivers a leap forward that not only sets the high-technology tone for Maserati’s upcoming new-model onslaught, but also remains faithful to Maserati’s long history in luxury sports sedans.

Maserati GranTurismo S Limited Edition at Bologna Motor Show [Release]

Maserati is presenting the GranTurismo S Limited Edition at the Bologna Motor Show to celebrate 150 years of Italian unification. With an exclusive limited edition of 12 cars intended for the Italian market, the Granturismo S Limited Edition is characterised by unique trim levels and contents.

Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale [Release]

The push for the GranTurismo MC Stradale came from existing GranTurismo and GranTurismo S customers who wanted a car that looked and felt like the GT4 and Trofeo race cars, but was road legal and just as comfortable as their existing models.

With the removal of the rear seats, the GranTurismo MC Stradale will be the only two-seat Maserati in the current line-up. It has been designed to give a deeply engaging, racing-car driving experience, regardless of what kind of road its drivers are on.

To achieve that and still maintain Maserati’s traditional values, it had to look, sound and feel like a racing car without sacrificing its road comfort. This dual personality encouraged Maserati to fit the car with a Race mode which, at the touch of a button, gives the GranTurismo MC Stradale super-fast MC-Race gear shifting, a louder exhaust note and more freedom from the Maserati Stability Program.

[Sneak Peek] Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale in Singapore

Singapore Feb 2011- The latest Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale arrives in SIngapore. Do not get too excited yet as this is still left-hand drive display model that is making the rounds in Asia to fire up demand for this special version.

Listen to the start-up of the MC Stradale HERE

The new Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale will be the fastest, lightest and most powerful car in the Maserati model line-up when it goes on sale in the first quarter of 2011.

Inspired by the Trofeo GranTurismo MC and the race-winning GT4 motorsport programs, the Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale will have more power, less weight, razor-sharp handling and a 301 km/h top speed.

Maserati's Street Warrior : Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale

Modena, September 20, 2010 - The new Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale will be the fastest, lightest and most powerful car in the Maserati range when it goes on sale in the first quarter of 2011.

Inspired by the Trofeo GranTurismo MC and the race-winning GT4 motorsport models, the two-seater Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale that will debut at the Paris Auto Show will feature razor-sharp handling and will break the 300km/h barrier.

Closer to Heaven : Maserati GranTurismo S Automatica

In the automotive world there are a few steadfast dogmas: One of them states that a high-performance sports car should be broad, low and necessarily uncomfortable, therefore not suitable for long trips.

With the GranTurismo, Maserati ably opposes this belief and has combined the two qualities all drivers dream of: sportiness and comfort.

For this very reason, we’ve chosen a GranTurismo S Automatica—equipped with the MC Sport Line kit, rigorously in carbon fiber and complete in every detail — to test and customize the line and the interior. To top it off, the car has also been equipped with a sporty fixed-setting suspension.

The aim was to field-test and confirm the car’s comfort and performance levels in its pluckiest version.

This was the route: from the Trident home of Modena 1,000km north through the Mont Blanc Tunnel and then towards Paris, but with a significant detour to Reims, the capital of the Champagne region.

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