Maserati Coupe



The legendary Maserati brand is now achieving record sales on North American markets. This success is mainly due to the introduction of the 4-seat model 3200GT, which was launched in 1998. It was renamed Coupe GT after a major modernization in 2001. There was also a shorter floor panel and an open-body version called Spyder GT launched at the same time. Another name, Cambiocorsa, is designated for those GTs that are equipped with a 6-speed gearbox and electro-hydraulic shifting at the steering wheel. At the end of 2004 both models underwent a facelift. The cars are powered by a 4.2-liter 390 hp V8 engine, which is located at the front of the car. The transmission and differential are positioned in the rear (so-called Transaxle system). The suspension can be individually configured to the driver’s requirements due to the application of struts with regulated damping called Skyhook and a modernized traction control system. At the 2004 Geneva Motor Show, a new, sporty version of Coupe GT model was presented – GranSport. The vehicle is equipped with a 400 hp engine, sequential gearbox, 19-inch wheels and sporty interior and exterior elements. Prices: Coupe from EUR 90,000; Spyder from EUR 95,000; GranSport from EUR 100,000.

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