Maserati Quattroporte (2017)
Maserati Quattroporte (2017)

Maserati Quattroporte (2017)

The Maserati Quattroporte has passed through considerable modification of its style after absolute success in the external market where it enjoyed great popularity during three and a half years. New style of the model emphasizes its gracefulness not changing individuality of Maserati.

The modified Maserati Quattroporte, reflecting the essence of Italian sport car salons, has been launched in June 2016 and is intended to maintain its popularity since 2013. After its original showcase more than 24 000 people in 72 countries have acquired the symbolic Maserati model.

An innovative design of bumper along with body profile of matte black colour at the front part and the extractor of the same colour at the rear part features the modified exterior of Quattroporte. The designers made the radiator grille more tapering and impressive. The front grille is distinguished by innovative chrome details placed vertically opposing the intensity of the shark nose shape. Other specific elements of the new Quattroporte model include side skirts of matte black colour and outside rear view mirrors which have undergone insignificant changing of style to comprise peculiar technical details.

Maserati Coupe (2003)

Maserati Coupe (2003)
Maserati Kubang Concept Car (2003)

Maserati Kubang Concept Car (2003)
Maserati Spyder (2003)

Maserati Spyder (2003)
Maserati Spyder Vintage package (2003)

Maserati Spyder Vintage package (2003)
Maserati Trofeo (2003)

Maserati Trofeo (2003)
Maserati Trofeo Light (2003)

Maserati Trofeo Light (2003)
Maserati GranSport (2004)


Maserati GranSport

The latest addition to the Maserati range is the Maserati GranSport, a new model celebrating the concept of sportiness at the heart of all of the Trident's Grand Tourers, due to be unveiled to the world for the first time at Geneva's International Motor Show. The new car, which joins the Coupé and Spyder in the Maserati range, goes on sale next summer. The GranSport's name alone suggests its eager thoroughbred GT spirit, the kind of spirit that can provide plenty of fun on demand for the driver. The GranSport name also has a special symbolic significance for the Trident as it was first used in the 1950s for an elegant two-litre coupe designed by the Carozzeria Frua on the base of the famous A6 G.
The new GranSport, however, is designed to offer an exciting alternative to the current Coupé, and as such, has been treated to series of new enhancements that give it a very powerful temperament indeed.

AN AERODYNAMIC THOROUGHBRED

The Maserati GranSport's harmonious volumes are beautifully combined with more muscular, aerodynamic forms, the fruit of much testing in the wind tunnel aimed at improving the Cx value and achieving a balanced division of the vertical loads (Cz) between the front and rear axles. The result is that the Maserati GranSport has a Cx of 0.33, one of the very best in its category. An almost total absence of oversteer and improved front-wheel drivability and precision make it very easy to handle too and ensure that drivers will be able to really put it and themselves through their paces in complete safety.

Maserati MC12 (2004)


Maserati MC12

Maserati has designed a new road-going Grand Tourer known as the MC12 from which a GT racing version has also been developed. The result is that 37 long years after its last victory in an international championship (1967, Cooper Maserati F1, South African Grand Prix), the Trident is returning to the track.

The Ferrari Maserati Group's wealth of knowledge and technological excellence have been poured into the design of the new car. In addition to this, its styling was developed in the wind tunnel from a Giugiaro idea by the Maserati technicians with the fundamental contribution of Frank Stephenson, the Ferrari Maserati Group's own Director of Concept Design and Development. The European type-approved version of the new car goes on sale after the summer.

Designed for high level road use, it can exceed 330 km/h at full throttle, sprinting from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.8 seconds. Although easy and pleasant to drive on the road, the MC12 is also a brilliantly dynamic car. It handles very sweetly and fluidly yet the driver can still feel all the power of a genuinely sporty thoroughbred under the surface. The new model adds the definitive flourish to Maserati's return to the racing circuits after the recent and highly successful debut in the Daytona 24 Hour Race, of the Trofeo Light, inspired by the equally impressive single-series protagonist. Under the guidance of engineer Giorgio Ascanelli, Maserati's Racing Division is currently developing the new car to meet the rules of the major international championships.

Maserati MCC Prototype (2004)

Maserati MCC Prototype (2004)