Showing posts in the category of Maserati GranCabrio

Maserati GranTurismo Is Now First Priority, Alfieri Project In Doubt

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FCA's five-year product plan estimated 75,000 annual sales for Maserati by 2018 on the back of the Alfieri, new GranTurismo and Gran Cabrio and, of course, the recently revealed Levante SUV.

Vilner Shows Off Maserati GranCabrio Sport Project

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This particular Maserati was driven from the UK all the way to Bulgaria simply because the owner felt that the cabin of his GranCabrio wasn't spectacular enough.

Maserati Confirms It Will Create Hybrid Models By 2020

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Maserati has confirmed that it will offer all of its future models with hybrid powertrains, except the Alfieri sports car.

Maserati Recalls 2016 GranTurismo And GranCabrio

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Maserati is bringing its, admittedly gorgeous, sports cars back to its dealerships for the second time in two months.

Maserati Expands Driving Course Program For 2016

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Enthusiasts of the Italian brand will be offered a wider range of driving courses next year and have the opportunity to indulge in a unique driving experience.

Maserati Announces Minor GranTurismo Recall Due To Faulty Door Latches

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Maserati has issued a recall for some of its models in the United States due to faulty door latches.

Maserati Sold 36,500 Cars Last Year, 136 Percent More Than in 2013

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To say that 2014 was a good year for Maserati would certainly be an understatement: the Italian brand has sold 36,500 cars worldwide, a whopping 136 percent increase compared to 2013.

No Convertible Planned for Next Maserati GranTurismo

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The Maserati GranCabrio won’t have a replacement based on the next-gen GranTurismo, according to a recent report. It cites the Italian automaker’s North Europe manager, Peter Denton, who confirmed the fixed-roof-only news for AutoExpress.

More Gold Digger Pranks, This Time with Old Celica and New Maserati

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From the same people that brought us the Lamborghini gold digger prank comes a similar prank, this time with a slightly different scenario. Again, the purpose of this new video is to find out whether some women are influenced by cars men drive. Will the driver prevail over the car he is driving or will it be the other way around?

New Details on Maserati's Next Coupe that Gets Turbocharged V6 from Quattroporte

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Maserati has seen that there is room in its future lineup for two distinct two-door models. One will continue in the mold of the current GranTurismo and GranCabrio models as GT cruisers with seating for four, while the other, dubbed the Gran Sport, will be a lighter, smaller and strictly two-seater model.

Maserati's New 4-Seater GT MC Stradale and Quattroporte Are an Exercise in Style [w/Video]

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The 83rd edition of the Geneva Motor Show hosted the world debut of Maserati's new four-seater GranTurismo MC Stradale and the European premiere of the Italian luxury brand's next generation Quattroporte sedan that we first saw at the Detroit auto show in January.

Maserati Product Plan Sheet Confirms New Models Including Sports Car Series

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According to a new Fiat Group document that outlines the company's European plans through 2016, the Italian carmaker has decided to change its strategy and rely much less on mainstream products like the Punto and Bravo and more on premium and special vehicles, be that the Fiat 500 family, or the re-born Alfa Romeo and Maserati brands.

We've already told you about Alfa Romeo in a previous article (see here), so let's see what the future holds for Maserati.

Maserati Sports Up GranCabrio Drop Top with New MC Edition

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Italian sports car manufacturer Maserati chose the 2012 Paris motor show to reveal its new GranCabrio MC. The company says it was inspired by the "considerable success of the GranTurismo MC Stradale" coupe and wanted to apply a similar – but not identical, treatment to its soft-top sports car.

The MC utilizes the same 4.7-litre V8 engine, which delivers 453hp (338kW / 460PS) and peak torque of 520Nm at 4,750 rpm, found on the GranTurismo MC Stradale as well as the recent GranTurismo Sport models.

Maserati Officially Announces but Reveals Very Little About New GranCabrio MC

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The release of the first photos of the new GranCabrio MC on Friday has been followed up by an official confirmation from Maserati - though, the Italian sports car maker is holding back most of the details until the Paris Motor Show.

What Maserati did reveal is that the GranTurismo MC Stradale inspired the creation of the new GranCabrio MC model with which it completes the open-top model's range.

New Maserati GranCabrio MC Stradale Breaks Cover Early

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Pictures of a brand new variant of the Maserati GranCabrio have hit the web ahead of the car's global premiere at next week's 2012 Paris Motor Show.

The new model is the GranCabrio MC Stradale that is modeled after the GranTurismo MC Stradale and which joins the existing base and Sport variants of Maserati's stylish four-seater convertible.

Unfortunately, for now, we only have images of the GranCabrio MC Stradale with no information about its specifications, though chances are it will sport the same mechanical updates as its closed-top sibling.

Geneva Motor Show Debut for the New Maserati GranTurismo and GranCabrio Sport Models

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Those looking for a sporty four-seat grand tourer made in Italy but don’t want to or can’t stretch their budget to a Ferrari FF would certainly consider the Maserati GranTurismo.

Sure, the two models are not in the same league, but on the other hand, the Maser costs a fraction of the Ferrari's price and boasts equally fabulous looks as well as a Maranello-sourced V8 under its sculpted hood.

At the 82nd Geneva Motor Show, Maserati unveiled the latest version of the GranTurismo as well as its open top sibling, the GranCabrio with the Sport moniker. The Sport models replace the S variants and the changes are more than skin deep.

For starters, the 4.7-liter V8 engine now produces 453HP and 520Nm (383.5 lb-ft) of torque, up from the 440HP and 490Nm (361.4 lb-ft) of the GranTurismo S.

Power is still channeled to the rear wheels and buyers can choose between a “robotised manual”, i.e. semi-automatic, or a conventional manual gearbox.

Très Chic: Maserati Joins Forces with Fendi to Create GranCabrio Special

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At the upcoming Frankfurt auto show, Maserati will display a new special edition version of its sleek GranCabrio designed by Italian fashion house Fendi, which is best known for its expensive "baguette" handbags.

The Fendi treatment starts with a unique three-layered body color named Grigio Fiamma Fendi and which is described by the automaker as a special dark grey with an iridescent golden finish on the surface. The yellow brake callipers and the Fendi logo on the 20-inch Trident design alloy wheels complete the exterior touches.

Maserati Launches 450HP GranCabrio Sport, New Gallery with 55 Photos

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Revealed to the public at this year's Geneva Motor Show, the Maserati GranCabrio Sport is the flagship version of the Italian firm's four-seat convertible model. Following the international press drive in Trieste, Italy last week, Maserati has now announced the launch of its new soft-top sports car.

In the UK, the harder-edged GranCabrio is priced at £102,615 on the road, with the first right-hand examples to reach the market in early October.

The GranCabrio Sport combines an upgraded 4.7-litre V8 engine with a 10 horsepower increase to 450-horses with the faster MC Auto Shift 6-speed transmission for 0-100km/h (62mph) sprint time of 5.2 seconds and a 285km/h (177mph) top speed.

Novitec Brings it on the Maserati GranCabrio

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Enough is never enough for vehicle tuning houses like Novitec Tridente, which has presented its latest line of enhancements for the Maserati GranCabrio. Bone stock, the drop-top variant of the GT gets a 4.7-liter V8 engine that cranks out 440HP at 7,000 rpm and 490Nm (362 lb-ft) of torque at 4,750 rpm.

The installation of a supercharger system along with a watercooled intercooler and a modified ECU, help boost output to an impressive 590HP at 7,300 rpm and 572Nm (421.9 lb-ft), consequentially allowing for a new 0-100km/h (0-62 mph) time of 4.5 seconds.

Geneva Preshow: Maserati's Go-Faster GrandCabrio Sport

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It's been a year-and-a-half since Maserati lifted the wraps off a drop-top version of its GranTurismo coupe at the Frankfurt Motor Show in late 2009, and now the Italians are getting ready to expand the range of the GranCabrio with the presentation of a sportier variant at the upcoming Geneva Auto Show.