Maserati is hard at work on a new GranTurismo, but those looking for a new drop-top model will be disappointed. Continue Reading...
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Taggart Autosport is looking to surprise the competition this weekend at Virginia International Raceway. Continue Reading...
Having been available for over 50 years, the Maserati GranTurismo has become a staple in the Italian automaker’s lineup. Continue Reading...
Maserati will be unveiling a new styling direction for the brand when the 2015 GranTurismo and GranCabrio are revealed. Continue Reading...
Maserati North America is issuing out a recall for 2005-2008 Quattroporte, 2008 Granturismo, and 2008 Alfa Romeo 8C vehicles for a possible rear tie rod failure. Continue Reading...
Maserati has updated its GranTurismo MC Trofeo race car for the 2013 race season, enhancing the vehicle’s aerodynamics while widening the body and reducing weight slightly. Continue Reading...
Sergio Pininfarina passed away in his Turin, Italy home today at 85, so in honor of the renowned designer, we’ve compiled a list of our top 10 favorite designs from oldest to newest. Pininfarina’s father started as a coachbuilder and founded the company. Those roots are evidenced in the 1933 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300,… Continue Reading...
The Maserati Trofeo MC World Series will be back for its third season, with the single-make Maserati race series unveiling the newest variant of its GranTurismo MC Trofeo race car. Continue Reading...
To celebrate 150 years of Italian unification, Maserati presented a limited edition GranTurismo S at the 2011 Bologna Motor Show. The hot, luxurious coupe will be limited to just 12 cars for the Italian market and sports a pretty nice Sebring Blue matte shade. On the exterior, the matte blue is further contrasted by carbon… Continue Reading...
There’s no arguing with it— the Dodge Viper is a badass beast that churns out tire smoke faster than a hillbilly bonfire. That’s why it was such a disappointment when it briefly disappeared from the Dodge lineup, but fear not for the snake will be back soon. Chrysler has been pretty careful about keeping their… Continue Reading...
A second is projected to follow in 2012, in the capital New Delhi, with the goal of ultimately handling around 40 percent of all Maserati sales in India. Continue Reading...
Maserati‘s new GranTurismo MC Stradale might be using a nifty new single-clutch automated manual gearbox in its home market of Europe, but North America will get a ZF-built 8-speed automatic. The ZF unit is a precursor to Maserati’s further use of the gearbox, and frankly, North American consumers of the brand will likely not notice… Continue Reading...
Maserati, we hardly knew ye. The one time car of gentlemen, scoundrels and masochists (Maserati is a synonym for “unreliable” in many thesauri) has become positively mainstream, with all kinds of celebrities and nouveau riche types snapping up the GranTurismo and Quattroporte as an alternative to the usual German offerings. Maserati CEO Harald Wester told… Continue Reading...
Maserati is planning a convertible version of the GranTurismo, similar to the Alfa Romeo 8C Compitizione drop-top which is based on the same platform. It doesn’t exactly take the foresight of a Nostradamus to predict that Maserati will bring a drop-top version of the GranTurismo to market, but the gents over at Car & Driver… Continue Reading...
While Alfa Romeo seems to have put its U.S. expansion on hold, the company has decided to deliver on its promise to bring the stunning 8C Competizione to the U.S., delivering the first of 84 vehicles destined for the States to renowned auto collector James Glickenhaus. Glickenhaus recently made headlines when he unveiled a one-off… Continue Reading...