From its roots as a small race car manufacturer to its current status as an elite maker of exclusive and exotic sports cars, Maserati has remained a constant presence at the forefront of high performance auto technology. Combining this dedication to innovation with a uniquely European flair, the famed Italian car maker has been turning heads and breaking bank accounts for nearly a century — and, with its current fleet of futuristic sports cars, looks poised to continue doing so for a long time to come.
2015 Maserati Alfieri Concept
This sharklike concept design hints at future directions for the GranTourismo coupes and future Maserati sedans.
Based on the Quattroporte, this 4-door sports car offers premium performance in a small package. A twin-turbocharged V6 shoots the Ghibli from 0 to 60 in 4.5 seconds, while a smart and spacious interior allow you to enjoy the excitement with friends.
With a name that literally means "four doors" in Italian, the Quattroporte is one sports car that isn't afraid to stand out from the pack. With a 404-horsepower twin-turbocharged V6 engine, the Maserati Quattroporte GTS is as powerful as it is elegant.
This drop-top version of the GranTurismo features all of the power and performance of Maserati's distinctive speedster, now with the added attraction of open-air cruising. And with the GranTurismo Convertible's roomy interior and full back row seating, feel free to share the high-speed fun with your friends.
first road car is back with a vengeance. The
2008 GranTurismo, debuting at the Geneva Motor
Show, features a 4.2 liter V8 engine and an
adaptive control system. Other features include
a very hefty price tag.
sporty addition to the Maserati family is as
elegant as it is high performing. The unique
transmission leads to exceptional performance
figures, with a top speed of 167 mph. Boasting
a 4244 ccV8 engine, the Quattroporte Automatic
is ready to rev up.