Maserati Bora

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Fuel consumption
Acceleration to 100 km/h

The Maserati Bora, introduced in 1971, represents an iconic era in the world of Italian supercars. Its name, derived from the wind of the Adriatic Sea, signifies the free spirit and relentless power the Bora embodied. As Maserati's first mid-engined sports car, the Bora showcased a stunning blend of Italian styling and advanced engineering.

Under the hood, the Bora featured a longitudinally-mounted V8 engine derived from Maserati's racing pedigree. Initially, the Bora came equipped with a 4.7-liter V8, outputting 310 horsepower. Later models would receive a more powerful 4.9-liter V8 that produced 330 horsepower. This engine, paired with a 5-speed ZF manual transmission, provided exhilarating performance that matched the car's striking looks.

Designed by the legendary Giorgetto Giugiaro of ItalDesign, the Bora boasted a sleek, aerodynamic profile with distinct features like pop-up headlights and gullwing doors for the engine bay. The stainless-steel roof and brushed metal accents contrasted beautifully with the car's painted bodywork, adding an element of futuristic flair.

The Bora's interior was a mix of luxury and functionality. Read more

Fuel consumption
Acceleration to 100 km/h
от 38500 USD

Average price at auction of an Maserati Bora

Generations Maserati Bora

  -  is being produced now
Name, years of manufacture, type body
Fuel consumption
Acceleration to 100
Auction price
1st generation
1st generation
1972 - 1980Coupe
6.5 sec
100 - 500 USD

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