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2006 Maserati Gran Sport My06 on 2040-cars

US $27,105.00
Year:2006 Mileage:6119 Color: White /
 Black
Location:

Atascosa, Texas, United States

Atascosa, Texas, United States

The monstrous exhaust is housed in a 4.2 engine (400HP) with red brake calipers ($550), 19" ballpolished GSport
rims ($1,190) and Maserati caps on the wheels to re-air the tires. The engine explains itself, coupling a 6-speed
"Cambiocorsa" Transaxle with a computer controlled clutch. The Skyhook Suspension ($2,500) supports stability and
control. The 4 wheels have an ABS braking, ASR traction control system and MSP stability control systems. These are
the support for this enhanced Italian sports car. The exterior has Xenon front lights and a modified exhaust, and
in the rear a smart "Maserati" of carbon fiber houses the rear plate.
The interior is exceptional with black leather seats and with red trim piping, with carbon fiber appointment and
steering wheel ($2,600 Interior 2). The seat memory and heated seats ($755) are also other options. The Pioneer
Premier Stereo with Bluetooth and CD, coupled with the subwoofer in the trunk are add-ons. Also, the Escort
Passport SR7 detector is included; say no more.

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Little Red Racing Car Kickstarter project a father/son affair [w/video]

Thu, 14 Feb 2013 07:59:00 EST

Tales of fathers and sons, whether told for adults or for children, never go out of style. It's appropriate then that The Little Red Racing Car, a story about a father and son finding and restoring a 1955 Maserati 300S, is such a stylish piece of work.
Author Dwight Knowlton first started working on The Little Red Racing Car when, after his son was born, he "went looking for the perfect Father/Son/Car book" and couldn't find one. Knowlton's artwork in has been influenced heavily by vintage automotive advertising and Grand Prix posters, and has a very clean, art deco vibe as a result.
Of course, TLRRC is still just a work in progress. Knowlton is hoping the Kickstarter community will help to get the ball rolling, and raise $25,000 to the book printed and distributed. The author even has a stretch goal to have the whole shebang made into and animated film - we love big dreams. Follow on below to hear Knowlton's pitch in his own words, or jump over to his Kickstarter page to look further or buy-in.

Maserati Ghibli pricing announced for UK

Tue, 16 Jul 2013 11:31:00 EST

Maserati's newest car, Ghibli, is a stunningly well-proportioned luxury sedan mixing the styling of the larger Quattroporte sedan and the GranTurismo coupe. We found it plenty good to in our First Drive review, and now we know how much it will cost (in the UK, at least).
Ghibli pricing announced at the Goodwood Festival of Speed is for customers in the UK, but based on current exchange rates and prices of other Maseratis sold here in the US, we can estimate its MSRP for our market. The base Ghibli, with a twin-turbocharged V6 making 325 horsepower, will cost 52,275 pounds for the Bits, making $75,000 a good guess for American buyers. If that number holds true, however, the Ghibli would be in a price category above its main competition from Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz. Take a step up to the Ghibli S, sporting a naturally aspirated V8 producing 404 hp, and you'll have to fork out 63,415 pounds or an estimated $91,000 here.
Just for kicks, the Europe-only Ghibli Diesel, which makes 270 hp and 420 pound-feet of torque with its diesel V6, is the least-expensive Maserati 48,830 pounds. Running an estimated $70k for us, we'd really like to have that one, too. After all, the sparkplug-less engine is the same one found in the Jeep Grand Cherokee EcoDiesel.

Maserati's sub-Quattroporte sedan spotted testing

Mon, 30 Jul 2012 19:20:00 EST

The spy photogs at CarPix have caught the upcoming small sedan from Maserati to slot under the Quattroporte, rumored to be dubbed Levante, out testing. The spy shots frankly don't tell us much more than that, since the mule is wrapped in an ill-fitting Quattroporte body giving away little more than a shorter wheelbase and smaller brakes.
The Levante, if that's what it's called, will be Maserati's entry into the luxury mid-sized sedan segment to compete with the Mercedes-Benz E-Class, Audi A6 and BMW 5 Series. Said to arrive late next year, it will have its luxury ducks in a row, supposedly offering a twin-turbo V6, a V8 and a 300-horsepower diesel with 500 pound-feet of torque.
Questions about engines and their provenance remain; the next Quattroporte is getting a Ferrari-sourced supercharged V6 and turbocharged V8, but it is wondered if the Levante's V6 might come from the other side of the Fiat stable, namely Chrysler. No matter where the motors come from, though, they'll be run through an eight-speed ZF automatic transmission.