Archive for the ‘Maserati’ Category

Finished in Nero with Sabbia Leather interior this September 2011 registered GranCabrio has recorded 200 miles and has the following options in addition to the standard high-level specification:-

Comfort Pack, Grigio Stitching, Nero Carpet Piping, Aluminium Sports Pedals, BOSE Hi-Fi System, Front and Rear Parking Sensors, i-Pod Connectivity. List Price £104255 inc VAT. 

This car is physical and available to purchase now at £90255 inc VAT (excluding shipping/delivery costs)

Please note this car is VAT qualifying.

For further details please give us a call on ++44(0)1732 760699 or email sales@thecarspy.net

Finished in Bianco Eldorado with Nero interior this new, unregistered GranTurismo MC Stradale has the following options in addition to the standard high-level specification:-

Red Brake Calipers, iPod, Bianco Stitching, MC Aluminium Pedals, Front Carpet Mats, Aerodynamic Carbon Package, 20″ MC Design Matt Graphite Wheels. List Price £116246 inc VAT. 

This car is physical and available to purchase now at £108000 inc VAT (excluding shipping/delivery costs)

For further details please give us a call on ++44(0)1732 760699 or email sales@thecarspy.net

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Ever heard of a chap called Giorgetto Giugiaro? Well he is reckoned to be the most successful car designer of all time. Take a short stroll down any street in the country and you are likely to find an example of his automotive handywork.

The talented chap will probably want to be remembered for his finer pieces of work which happens to include the original (and best) Golf, the Alfasud (not the rusty bits), the 156, the sharp-looking Lotus Esprit (as driven by Bond underwater), the Ford Mustang (1965) plus odd jobs for Fiat, Ferrari, Audi, Toyota, Ducati, Bugatti, BMW, Lancia, Lamborghini, SAAB, Renault, the list goes on and on. Oh and in between his car doodling he managed to squeeze in a number of camera bodies for Nikon and a keyboard for Bontempi.

The bits he would rather everybody forget include the FSO Polonez, Yugo Zastava, Hyundai Pony and Daewoo Matiz. Well at least he got paid for those pups!

Near the top of his finer creations comes the Maserati Coupe introduced in 2002. Such a dramatic looking car with classic Grand Tourer lines that take you back to the sixties and those films with glamorous film stars driving along those twisty roads around Monaco.

What a lovely sound this car makes too. It is the sound of a proper V8 that snarls and growls like the MGM lion. With 390 bhp the Italian stallion will sprint to 60mph in less than 5 seconds and if you make a quick detour to Germany you will max out at around 180 on the autbahns.

If you fancy a well-cared for example to make the trip we have been asked by the owner a 2005 Nero Carbonio (Carbon Black) manual Coupe to find a good home for his pride and joy. The car has been fully serviced and comes with a full leather interior and SatNav.

For lots more information about this stunning Maserati click here or call us on ++44 (0)1474 854490 anytime.

For a slideshow of over twenty images of this gorgeous Maserati click here

The first Gran Turismo to be photgraphed by ourselves was parked up in a London Street near Madame Tussauds. As we approached the Maserati the first thing we noticed was the crowd of tourists holding their camera phones at arm’s length to capture yet another souvenir of their trip to London. Yes, the new Gran Turismo seems to have that lustful effect on most passers-by and it certainly worked its charm on us too. Pinin Farina deservedly gets the credit for conjuring the ingredients. More specifically it was the work of a gentleman by the name of Jason Castriota who pencilled the Ferrari 599 GTB, Maserati Birdcage, Ferrari 612 Kappa and the very special Ferrari P4/5. He is obviously very good at drawing cars! The latest Gran Turismo had to be good though since the original version from Maserati (also designed by Pinin Farina) was the first road-going car to come out of the factory in 1947. JC has done a great job. From the menacing snout, the inflated forearms of the front wings, the slightly pinched waistline and the raised posterior and neatly finished tail it is impossible to find a side of the car that is not photogenic. The interior works just as well. Typical Maserati – classy, a little understated, minimal gimmickry, comfortable driving position and biggest surprise of all is the amount of space in the rear cabin. You could get away with calling this coupe a proper four-seater. If you want a brand new one there is still a waiting list but we know of one that is arriving in the UK very soon. Click here for details of how to get hold of an Italian Supermodel that is hot in the news right now!

Maserati Masterpiece

Posted: March 7, 2008 by Mark S in General, Maserati
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The Gransport is a modified version of the 4200 Coupé and Spyder that was first unveiled by Maserati at the 2004 Geneva Motor Show. So what’s the difference then? Well, it is equipped with specially designed aerodynamic body cladding, a huge chrome mesh grille, genuine carbon fibre interior trim, and special lightweight 19-inch wheels. It uses the ‘Skyhook’ active suspension, with a 10 mm lower ride height, and the Cambiocorsa (semi-auto) transmission is recalibrated for quicker shifts. The exhaust is also specially tuned to “growl” on start-up and full throttle. Trust me, all that definitely works.

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