We can’t imagine many better ways to spend a day than on a track with pro drivers behind the wheel of exotic Italian luxury Italian. Maserati’s Master GT1 Driving course puts you behind the wheel of cars like the Quattroporte, Ghibli, and GranTurismo to hone your driving skills.
The Italian luxury sports car maker jumps into the SUV market with a big splash – a stunning new ride that embodies the spirit of Maserati, with the utility that today’s drivers are looking for. We have few tech specs, but it will be an AWD with an 8-speed auto.
Maserati’s GranTurismo MC Stradale combines the best elements of the GranTurismo S with the race-spec GT4: a near-competition tuned chassis, 450 hp engine and optimized aerodynamics.
Building on an already gorgeous Maserati, Novitec Rosso boosts the sedans to a whopping 590-hp with their compressor tech, pushing the cars from 0 to 60 in 4.6 seconds, and a top speed of 183 mph.
Maserati’s 2011 Quattroporte Sport GT S Awards Edition has an exclusive Quarzo fuso finish, 20â€™â€™ Multi Trident rims with satin finish and hand-polished front and rear brake calipers.