Maserati has done a heck of a job expanding its two model lines to suit a variety of tastes. Say, for example, you're looking for a two-door grand tourer... then the GranTurismo is clearly your machine. More power? There's the GranTurismo S. Even more hardcore? The MC Stradale is your beast.
Maseratis are capable of tremendous momentum, and that's exactly what the company has been carrying forward. With only a two-model line-up, Maserati has been hard at work coming out with new variants and updates at every turn. Following on the heels of the GranTurismo and GranTurismo S, the Trident marque is in the process of unveiling the new Quattroporte, but the next batter is already on deck and ready to swing.
Though the curtain hasn’t been closed long on the 2006 Geneva Motor Show, Maserati is believed to be hard at work on its show stopper for next year: a new GT Coupe. The new sports car will be a genuine 2 2 that, according to The Car Connection, will be bigger than the current model yet still smaller than the Quattroporte sedan. Motivation will be provided by an unruly bunch of Italian thoroughbreds courtesy of Ferrari. They’ll come in the form of a new Ferrari-designed 5.0L V8 produc
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