Maserati has announced their new supercar, the MC20. With the highly coveted and patented Nettuno engine, the Maserati MC20 will be able to reach 202 mph. This makes it one of the fastest cars to date.
Maserati Alfieri is a concept cooked up to celebrate a hundred years of the brand. The centenary concept, which by all accounts seems to be headed for production, comes with a sleek look that is pleasing to the eyes. The car carries the name of Alfieri Maserati, a prominent automotive engineer in his time, and one of the founders of the marque.
Inspired by the classic Maserati Bora, designer Alexander Imnadze created an independent concept rendering of the car for the modern world. Produced between 1971 and 1978, the Bora had less than 600 units built. It was this classic GT look that the designer intended to re-interpret for the modern Maserati Bora Concept.
You know what to expect when a brand like Fendi decides to dress up a car as beautiful as the Maserati GranCabrio. Well, we can imagine the results but it is way better to actually see what the collaboration has come up with. And what they have come up with is a GranCabrio with a new color combination, a revamped upholstery and interiors, and of course, a splashing of the Fendi logo and name.
At the Geneva Motor Show, Maserati will debuts its new car, the GranCabrio Sport. Powered by a 4.7-l V8, the car has 444 bhp, and 376 lb-ft of torque at its command. All those figures mean the GranCabrio will have a top speed of 177mph, and as you can see, killer looks.