The Maserati lineup: features and equipment packages


Maserati, one of the most iconic names in the luxury automotive world, has a rich history dating back over a century. Founded in 1914 in Bologna, Italy, by Alfieri Maserati and his brothers, the brand quickly established itself as a purveyor of high-performance racing machines.

Their first vehicle, the Tipo 26, won the 1926 Targa Florio, placing the Maserati name firmly on the map. Over the decades, Maserati expanded into road cars, crafting vehicles defined by their elegance, exclusivity, and outstanding performance. Notable models like the 3500 GT, Ghibli, Bora, and Quattroporte contributed significantly to Maserati's storied legacy.

Since the late 1990s, the brand has been part of the Fiat (now Stellantis) group. Despite various corporate changes, Maserati remains committed to its core values of craftsmanship, performance, and Italian luxury.

Maserati's engines have always been integral to its reputation. Known for their power, sound, and refinement, Maserati engines often come in V6 and V8 configurations, typically using a twin-turbocharged setup for maximum power delivery. Read more


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