Maserati: Gran Turismo Base Coupe 2-door on 2040-cars
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This GranTurismo is a very exclusive coupe that seats four adults in exceptional comfort, and offers something extraordinary in a high-performance, six-figure coupe, one that embodies all that is compelling and irresistible about Italian cars. The exterior has curves in all the right places; the interior is lavishly appointed. A luxurious ride that also provides impressive performance from the 405-horsepower Ferrari V8, along with a six-speed automatic transmission--with paddle shifters. Braking is provided by big Brembo hardware, and sticky Pirelli Pzero rubber for plenty of grip to take advantage of the near-perfect weight distribution, handling is delightfully aided by a weight distribution of 49 percent front and 51 percent rear, it is a ball to pilot this car through some tight and twisting back roads, running the standard, ZF-built six-speed “MC Auto Shift” transmission through its gears via the column-mounted paddles. Full Sport mode (accessed via a button on the console) not only reroutes the exhaust to produce a richer, more enthusiastic tone and enables automatic throttle blips on downshifts but also allows the driver to hold a gear indefinitely—a trifecta of parameters that extract the finest operatic performance this powertrain is capable of producing. GPS system, Xenon headlamps, a Bose surround-sound system with music server, heated front seats, black leather & suede interior. No accidents or mechanical issues, and the gorgeous Matte Black exterior paint completed in July 2016 perfectly matches your new iPhone 7. This car turns heads and is a spectacular low cost entry point into the current style of the $182,009 2017 GranTurismo model.
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In case you missed it, Maserati has decided to introduce the world to its next Quattroporte well ahead of its official debut at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show in January. As expected, it's beautiful.
Not content to leave well enough alone, the Italian automaker has revealed a series of videos to go along with the six images and press release it had already let loose upon the globe's unsuspecting automotive press.
We're still a bit shaky on the details, but Maserati says the Quattroporte's new engine, assembled by Ferrari in Maranello, will "[establish] new benchmarks for Maserati in terms of power and acceleration." That sounds good to us, though we're not sure if that means 530 horsepower as possibly alluded to by the license plate on the press shots. We also note that the automaker says the car is designed to accept "a wide range of engine architectures," so that rumored supercharged V6 sounds likely.
Kenny Rogers' country classic The Gambler is right about two things: you gotta know when to hold'em and know when to fold'em. A former Maserati salesman in Singapore is learning that lesson about when to step away from the table, after being sentenced to 33 months in prison for allegedly gambling away a customer's deposit of 350,000 Singapore dollars ($280,800).
According to Asia One, Allan Tan Buan Yuen was selling a Maserati in 2011. He told the customer that the car would take six months to arrive and cost 650,000 Singapore dollars ($522,000). While that may sound high, cars in the Asian country are notoriously expensive.
Yuen asked for a deposit of 150,000 Singapore dollars ($120,400), but instead of handing the money to the dealer, he placed the funds in his own account. Apparently, the customer didn't notice, and over the next few months Yuen received an additional 200,000 Singapore dollars ($160,400) towards the car from him. Clearly, this ruse couldn't last forever, though. When the buyer eventually inquired about his Maserati months later, Yuen admitted that he had already gambled away the entire fortune.
Back in April, Maserati announced a new partnership with men's clothier Ermenegildo Zegna. We wondered at the time how a Maserati could possibly get any more stereotypically Italian stylish, but now the Modenese automaker is presenting the answer in this fresh take on the new Quattroporte.
When the doors open at the Frankfurt Motor Show next week, Maserati will unveil the Quattroporte Ermenegildo Zegna Limited Edition concept car. That's their name, not ours, and if you're wondering how a production vehicle could be turned at once into both a concept and a limited edition, well... we don't know, either. Maserati says that it previews a production version to follow next year.
So, confusing nomenclature aside, what are we looking at here? For starters, there's a special platinum-color paint finish with tiny aluminum flecks and a gloss-black primer to give it that extra-deep luster. And the interior has been upholstered in "moka" and "greige," with leather seats, door panels and headliner and other surfaces finished in Zegna's own textiles.