The 2007 Maserati Granturismo, styled by Jason Castriota from
Pininfarina, was first displayed at the 2007 Geneva Motor Show.
The 2007 Maserati GranTurismo is a high-performance sports car,
exciting to drive with a Ferrari-sourced 4.2 liter V8 engine,
delivering 405 HP, and a weight distribution of 49% at the front
and 51% at the rear. It is fitted with an automatic gearbox
and equipped with an adaptive control system which adjusts the
gear-shifting mode to the driving style and the driving conditions.
The Maserati GranTurismo is built with particular attention
to comfort, choice of materials and details and has enough space
for four people.
Maserati's tradition of the Gran Turismo concept dates back
to 1947 when the Trident Company, following its clients' demand,
unveiled at the Geneva Auto Show its first Gran Turismo. It
was designed by the great Pinin Farina, and based on the racing
chassis of the A6. It was the first Maserati road car and was
produced in 58 units. The car was acclaimed by the automotive
press for its advanced technical content and for its avant-garde
The 2007 Maserati GranTurismo represents a further step towards
the completion of the Maserati product range, following the
worldwide launch of the Quattroporte Automatic at the 2007 North
American International Auto Show in Detroit.
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Maserati MC12 Corsa
Maserati 3200 GT
Maserati Ghibli Cup
Maserati 4200 Spyder