2006 Maserati Gran Sport on 2040-cars
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2006 MASERATI GRANSPORT CARBON ONLY 11K MILES ** GORGEOUS CARBON BLACK over BLACK/BEIGE PREMIUM ITALIAN HIDES....
V8 4.2L 400HP * 0 ACCIDENTS/PERFECT CARFAX** F1 PADDLE SHIFT TRANS wAuto Mode** SKYHOOK ACTIVE SPORT SUSPENSION **
UPGRADED 19" SPORT WHEELS w RED PAINTED CALIPERS ** FACTORY LEATHER SPORT SEAT PKG w MASERATI LOGO IN HEADREST **
FULL CARBON FIBER INTERIOR TRIM PKG ** CARBON FIBER/LEATHER STEERING WHEEL *** LEATHER HEADLINER* BRIGHT FRONT/REAR
MESH GRILL OPTION ** REAR SPOILER CARBON FIBER ** AUDIORIUM 200 PREMIUM SOUND PKG w CD CHANGER ** XENON HEADLIGHTS
** FULL PWR HEATED SEATS w MEMORY...NO STORIES, NO EXCUSES, THE CAR IS IMMACULATE!!! ** CLEAN CARFAX / AUTOCHECK
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Auto blogFri, 18 Jul 2014
Maserati appears set to take a page out of corporate sibling Ferrari's playbook with the possibility that it may cap global annual output in the coming years. Ferrari announced in 2013 that it would limit itself to 7,000 vehicles a year to maintain exclusivity, and so far, it has stuck to the plan.
According to an unnamed Maserati executive speaking to Reuters, the Italian luxury car maker wants to cap its sales to 75,000 vehicles a year. However, it's hardly there yet. The company doesn't forecast reaching that production benchmark until 2018.
Dave Sullivan, an auto industry analyst for AutoPacific, thinks that limiting sales could be a smart move for Maserati. "If it is profitable at 75,000 and doesn't require a significant investment in capacity to get there, this appears to be sound," he said to Autoblog via email. "Alfa Romeo is intended to be the volume brand and by capping Maserati, it means that even if you opted to buy the 'entry level' Ghibli, you still have a level of exclusivity."
It's not that often that we get to talk about a new Maserati model, but that's all about to change. The Italian automaker is using the 2014 Quattroporte to begin a lineup expansion that will soon grow to no fewer than five models. Entering its sixth generation, the Quattroporte has been completely redesigned, and is also adding a new V6 engine and all-wheel drive.
Pictures of the car were released last year and we've even had the chance to drive the car in France already, but we finally got to see both the 410-horsepower V6 and 530-hp V8 versions of the car at its debut at the Detroit Auto Show. The new Quattroporte is 100-percent Maserati with its svelte-ye-aggressive styling, but it adds more of a mainstream look to better compete with the growing number of high-end luxury sedans. Not all of the Autoblog staff consider it an improvement, but it doesn't stray too far from the Italian styling of the last model.
The interior has also been brought up to date with modern infotainment technology and improved luxury courtesy of a longer wheelbase bringing more space to rear-seat occupants. While the V8 we drove had a bench rear seat and oddly retro-modern wheels, the car on display had more conventional wheels and the two-passenger rear seat bucket seat layout.
As is so often the case ahead of a major debut, somebody wasn't able to keep the latest concept car from Maserati under wraps all the way until the drawing of its curtain at the Geneva Motor Show. The low-slung silver coupe you see above is said to be the Maserati Alfieri Concept, and, though these images aren't exactly the greatest, it looks pretty good. We like the small proportions of the Alfieri and the aggressive look of the car's front and rear fascias, and we certainly note a more assertive design than the Granturismo it would likely replace.
Rumor has it that both V6 and V8 engines may be on the table, mounted up front and driving either the rear or all four wheels, but we'll have to wait for official confirmation before we know for sure. In any case, this new Maserati, if it does go into production, is tipped to line up against such sporting contenders as the Jaguar F-Type and Porsche 911. Check out the two leaked images above, watch and listen to the car move under its own power in the video below, and feel free to let us know what you think in the Comments.