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Founded in Bologna, Italy, by five brothers in 1914, Maserati has long been synonymous with road racing and exceedingly fast super cars, just like its nearby competitors, Ferrari and Lamborghini.
Maserati is the only Italian car manufacturer to win the Indianapolis 500, which it did twice in 1939 and 1940. It also was a top competitor for years on the Grand Prix circuit, winning the world championship in 1957. Rock star Joe Walsh famously sang in his 1978 hit single “Life’s Been Good” that “My Maserati does 185. I lost my license, now I don’t drive.”
But over the years, Maserati managed to differentiate itself from its ilk by polishing to a shine its reputation for building beautifully appointed luxury cars, rather than just exotic roadsters. It is now known more for stylish and swoopy sedans that cater to comfort as much as performance.
The Maserati Grecale brings as much power as the grecale wind it’s named after. The Maserati Grecale offers a V6, 523 HP engine with a max speed of 177 MPH. With max torque of 3000-5500 rom, the Grecale can go 0-60 MPH in 3.6 seconds.
The Maserati Levante delivers refinement with the power of a V8. You’ll be greeted with natural silk upholstery, a Maserati exclusive, Sport seats with 12-way power adjustment and memory, and brushed aluminum paddle shifters among other specifics. The Levante also brings with it a 3.0 L V6 or 3.8 L V8 engine and max power of 580 HP on the Levante Trofeo.
With the Maserati Ghibli, you’ll “defy the ordinary” with the class leading V6 engine or the 580 HP V8 engine. Both options providing extraordinary power and the refinement you’d expect from the Maserati namesake. The Ghibli also boasts a Q4 intelligent AWD system, available on the Modena trim, that ensures optimum dynamics for any given road condition.
Looking for an iconic Italian masterpiece? Look no further than the Maserati Quattroporte. This state-of-the-art vehicle was born from Maserati’s racing heritage with a V6 or V8 engine, Q4 intelligent AWD system, and powerful Brembo brakes. The Quattroporte also showcases carbon finishes, high-gloss Black Piano wood trim, and stainless-steel Sport pedals.
Meet the Maserati MC20 with the first Nettuno engine delivers a 3.0 L, V6, 621 HP engine created from patented racing-derived technology. The MC20 can go 0-60 MPH in less than 2.9 seconds with a top speed of more than 202 MPH. It truly is the first of its kind.
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