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Maserati Future Tense | Wishful Thinking

  2020 2021 2022 2023 Sedan Ghibli and Quattroporte Refresh     New Quattroporte   Ghibli Hybrid     Quattroporte EV Coupe Or Convertible MC20   New GranTurismo         New GranCabrio         GranTurismo EV         GranCabrio EV         MC20 Spider         MC20 EV   Crossover   Grecale Grecale EV New Levante     Levante Hybrid   Levante EV But if the design vocabulary has anything to do with the MC20... (Maserati design has gone from bad (Ghibli, 4P, etc) to worse.) Still hoping for the best (Bora, Shamal, Khamsin, Merak, Ghibli, A6GCS, 3500GT, ...anything was more stylish)

Maserati GT 3500: An Original and Stylish Classic

Maserati 3500GT Will Make You Fall in Love

7 Iconic Maseratis Celebrate 70 Years Of GT

Luxury Italian automotive manufacturer, Maserati, sees the eagerly anticipated MY18 GranTurismo and GranCabrio arrive in the UK, with prices starting from £94,285 OTR. To celebrate the latest GranTurismo and GranCabrio, Maserati looks back at 70 years of Maserati GTs with seven iconic Maserati cars: A6 1500 (1947): the original GranTurismo model was launched at the 1947 Geneva Motor Show featuring a 1.5-litre six-cylinder in-line engine with 65hp under a revolutionary body designed by Pininfarina. 3500GT (1957): the first “mass-produced” Maserati made its debut in 1957, the year Fangio took the F1 title in his 250F. Its aluminium body was designed by Touring around a 3.5-litre six-cylinder engine with 230hp. 5000GT (1959): the object of desire. This Maserati GT was produced purely to meet the desires of the Shah of Persia, who wanted a more exclusive version of the 3500GT. With a potent V8 engine, the 5000GT was famous for its performance and exclusivity. Ghibli SS Coupe (1

1962 Maserati 3500 GTi - Jay Leno's Garage

1958 | Maserati 3500 GT

POTD: Maserati 3500 GT Prototipo

POTD: Maserati 3500 GT