Maserati hasn't expressed much interest in improving the fuel economy of its road cars, although that will undoubtedly come in the next few years. In the meantime, those with a hankering for a Maserati-badged vehicle but without the budget for one have a new option. Italian bicycle manufacturer Milani is teaming up with Maserati to produce some high end two-wheelers. The bikes are made of a mix of carbon fiber, aluminum and steel and will be offered in touring or racing styles.

The bikes will be made available world wide through both Milani bike retailers and Maserati dealerships. While these are inexpensive compared to a Maserati car (a new one at least) they certainly aren't cheap. If you want a Maserati bike, it's going to run you somewhere between €3,000 ($3,870) to €6,000 ($7,741). Thanks to Yogesh for the tip!

[Source: Milani Cycles]

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