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Maserati preparing 911-killer?

Ronchi knows that in order to achieve its sales target of 12,000 units in 2011, his company will need an additional model. Although an SUV to compete with the Cayenne was tipped to be the way forward, Ronchi says a new sportscar positioned underneath the GranTurismo, which grew significantly in size over the Coupe it effectively replaced, is the better choice. The design students from Turin just might have the right idea with their upcoming Noah Joseph

What's next for Maserati?

The Maserati festival just won't stop here at Autoblog as the news keeps on rolling in about the Trident marque. After dropping the new GranTurismo on us, industry analysts are speculating on what the next steps could be for Maserati.

Paris Preview: Maserati GranSport "Contemporary Classic"

It's a Friday and the torrent of news has slowed to a trickle after Ford's WF 2.0 announcement this morning, so we've begun grasping at straws and give you this post coming out of Maserati. The Italian marque doesn't have much going on for the Paris Motor Show but displaying its latest and greatest vehicles: the John Neff

Maserati racing in 24 Hours of Nurburgring

Maserati has announced that it's throwing its hat in the 'Ring, literally. The Italian marque will be fielding a pair of racers next month in the 24 Hours of Nurburgring endurance race to held on June 17th. The factory team will be running a GranSport 'Labortorio' based on Maserati's entrant in GT racing and another car more closely resembling the road-going GranSport model with modifications limited to a stronger suspension and the requisite fuel supply and refilling hardware. Drivers include a