Geneva Preview: Maserati Adds Two-More Seats to GranTurismo MC Stradale


When Maserati launched the GranTurismo MC Stradale back in 2010 at the Paris Motor Show, its goal was to create a more performance-orientated version of the Pininfarina-designed coupe, with more power, less weight and a stiffer suspension, which is why the Italians dropped the rear seats.

Now, Maserati is getting ready to premiere a new sub-version of the GranTurismo MC Stradale that keeps the regular model's four-seat configuration at next week's Geneva Motor Show.

Other than that (which of course, should bring an weight, though, Maserati hasn't released an official figure yet), the 4-seater GranTurismo MC Stradale is identical to its 2013MY 2-seater sibling wearing the same exterior outfit highlighted by a carbon fibre bonnet that frames a central air intake, a rear diffuser and 20-inch forged alloy rims.

The same applies under the hood with the 4-seater model featuring a 4.7-liter naturally-aspirated V8 pushing out 460PS (454hp) linked to an MC Race Shift 6-speed robotized manual gearbox, which allow for a top speed of 302km/h (188mph) that is identical to the 2-seater MC Stradale.




Wissam Saee said... »February 27, 2013

This looks really nice.

Andriy Guravskyy said... »February 28, 2013

Looks absolutely stunning!! I want one.

aaronbbrown said... »February 28, 2013

I saw one of these Maserati GranTurismos on the street today, and the driver got on it, Holy fuck does that engine sound good. Certainly one of the best sounding engine on the road.

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