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The limited edition GranSport MC Victory is being launched in Geneva to celebrate the Maserati MC12's victory in the 2005 FIA GT World Championship.

Based on the GranSport, the MC Victory is primarily an appearance upgrade, with the exterior highlighted by a more aggressive "blue carbon" aero kit, an exclusive "Blu Victory" color scheme, and 19-inch race-look wheels. The interior gets the carbon fiber sport seats from the road-going version of the MC12, blue carbon fiber trim, and re-engineered Cambiocorsa gear shift paddles based on the Trofeo GranSport competition model.

[Source: Maserati] Thanks for the tip, Noah!

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      • 9 Years Ago
      Maserati has never catered to people who love an exhaust note quick like Ferrari or Lambo may, but they culture a BEAUTIFUL car. The shape is so beautiful, it won't get stale, but age like wine. As aforementioned, however, that's not an excuse NOT to roll around a more 'current' shape. I'd love to see something a little edgier. and if you can create a 60K V6, by all means, use Fiat underpinnings. gets my blessing.
      • 9 Years Ago
      It is true. We must remember that the 3200GT was around for a few years before the coupe made it to North America.

      Still, it is such a lovely car. The Spyder, especially, is a real winner.

      • 9 Years Ago
      A Maserati is a Maserati even is not the best look of the car showed up.
      • 9 Years Ago
      Maserati are really milking the excellent 3200 GT shape. Can't blame them. I think its the most successful sports GT they've ever produced. I hope for their sake this is the last version. We are due another model. Not an MC12 version, not an FXX challenge but another driver's GT.