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From Dave in the UK
The "710" !!

"Hello Enrico,

A few days ago I was having some work done on my Maserati Biturbo at my local garage, when a blonde came in and asked the mechanic for a seven hundred and ten.

We all looked at each other and another customer asked, "What is a seven hundred and ten?"

She replied, "You know, the little piece in the middle of the engine, I have lost it and need a new one.."

She replied that she did not know exactly what it was, but this piece had always been there.

The mechanic gave her a piece of paper and a pen and asked her to draw what the part looked like.

She drew a circle and in the middle of it wrote 710.

He then took her over to another car which had its bonnet open, and asked "is there a 710 on this car?"

She pointed and said, "Of course, it's right there."

If you're not sure exactly what a 710 is, just click HERE !



From Roy in Germany

"Ciao Enrico,

As you now I sold my 1983 Maserati Biturbo last week.

on Saturday I made a appointment to view a Maserati 222 SE from 1990. When I saw it and heard it, I was Sold, I bought the 222 SE directly. The 222 SE is a automatic from July 1990 and is original Dutch.

The drive back was around 150 KM, and that was all without any problems, only needed to take a look at the electrics around the steering wheel.

It runs very nice, and the sound is amazing. It is not the original exhaust system that's on it. Now it is still on Dutch plates but the 222 SE gets German plates in the next weeks.

Here are some pictures from yesterday that I made, In the evening a friend of mine was visiting with his superb Quattroporte V8 Evoluzione.

Before I will drive with it, it goes to a specialist here in Holland. There has been a lot of work done on the engine during the last few years, but I need to take a look at the electric instruments around the steering wheel.

Do you now if there are any electrical diagrams or repair manuals for the 222 SE. I have only the originals driver's handbooks with it.

Kind Regards,



Roy's fine Maserati 222 SE






Looks good in any colour !!








From The Bulletin Board

"Stanguellini #OO196 was stolen sometime in the early morning hours of August 7th.

The car and the tow truck/trailer were stolen in San Antonio, Texas.

If somehow, anyone is offered the car or Stanguellini parts, please contact Kermit O’Neal immediately, and please copy us at FJHRA ( ), so we can help keep track of any leads.

Tel : 001 (210) 828-5511
Cell: 001 (210) 316-7138

From Newspress in the UK

Maserati GB is pleased to announce the introduction of a new Sport Pack for its best selling model in the UK, the GranTurismo S Automatic.

This Sport pack further enhances the GranTurismo S Automatic to deliver a performance oriented experience, whilst retaining the ease and convenience of the ZF automatic transmission. The Sport pack for the GranTurismo S Automatic features the super-fast MC Auto Shift software and a revised exhaust system which keeps its bypass valves fully open in Sport mode to provide an even richer sound.

The Sport pack also boasts a number of sports styling features. These include body coloured side skirts and front winglets, a stylish black grille featuring the Maserati Trident logo with red accents, black mesh side grilles, black look headlights, an integrated rear boot lid spoiler and oval exhaust pipes, along with Grigio Mercury Neptune-design alloy wheels to finish off its sportier look.

The GranTurismo S Automatic, equipped with dual-cast brake discs as standard, features a 4.7-litre V8 which develops 440 HP (323kW) at 7000 rpm. The maximum torque is 490Nm at 4750 rpm and it sprints from 0 to 100km/h (0 to 62mph) in 5 seconds flat. Its top speed is 183 mph.

The Sport pack is priced at £3,840 bringing the price of a Sport pack equipped GranTurismo S Automatic to £92,480 on the road, including 3 years/unlimited mileage warranty.







Text and photos courtesy of Maserati

From Philippe in Belgium

"Dear Enrico,

Whilst surfing the internet, I came across this interesting Maserati Kyalami prototype, presently for sale in the showrooms The Gallery at Brummen in The Netherlands.




The Gallery's Maserati Kyalami 4.2-litre Prototype.















1975 Maserati Kyalami 4.2-litre.

Chassis No: AM129*0006*.

Mileage: 28.960 Km.

Automatic transmission.

Colour: Light Blue Metallic.

Interior: Beige Connolly leather.

Air conditioning.

Equipment: Electric Windows, Alloy wheels, Power Steering, Tinted glass, Heated rear window, chromw bumpers, in super condition.

A UNIQUE EXAMPLE: This is an original prototype of the Maserati Kyalami. This version with chassis number 0006 is the third official Maserati prototype, because they only given "even" numbers.

In original condition, bodywork very cool and sleek, in very good mechanical and driving order.

This example has several special "prototype" styling features.

A unique opportunity to posess a "One-off" Maserati prototype.

For further information please visit The Gallery web site at

I would like to thank Mr. Nick Aaldering of The Gallery Brummen for giving me permission to publish the photos and details of their Maserati Kyalami.

From Enrico in the UK

Mario Balotelli, Manchester City's controversial Italian forward, is not a very happy man. His Manchester City team mates, some of whom have been on the receiving end of his practical jokes, left the City forward quite unamused when he returned from the team's pre-season two-week tour across the Atlantic.

Before they left, an unknown team member/members planted a bag filled with kippers behind the front seat of his fancy Maserati GranTurismo MC Shift.

Balotelli's Maserati is expected to be an insurance write-off because of the "fishy" stench of its upholstery.

What a waste !

So if you're fond of kippers, there's a cheap Maserati out there just for you !!

From Maserati in Italy

Following on from the success of the “Maserati Classiche” series début, it’s with a great pleasure that the Maserati Classic Department announces the launch of the next five kits which will be added to the collection and can be ordered from today through your nearest official Maserati dealer.

Created with the advice from technical experts and authoritative automotive historians, Maserati Classiche kits are a perfect marriage of passion and dedication to the preservation and experience of the historic Maserati models.

This new release concerns the following models:

  • 3500 GT
  • Mistral
  • Khamsin
  • Ghibli
  • Biturbo

    Differently from the first books, these kits include the true copies of homologation documents and authentic commercial brochures coming from the Maserati Historical Archive. Furthermore, a vehicle sketch completes the offer.

    The new Maserati Classic kits can be ordered through Meridien-Modena at using the following part numbers:

    P/N 910040026 Maserati Classic kit - 3500 GT
    P/N 910040027 Maserati Classic kit – Mistral
    P/N 910040028 Maserati Classic kit – Ghibli
    P/N 910040029 Maserati Classic kit – Khamsin
    P/N 910040030 Maserati Classic kit – Biturbo


    Images courtesy of Maserati

    From in Italy

    A new era begins for the Fiat Group, and the integration of Fiat and Chrysler. Sergio Marchionne announced the formation of the GEC, Group Executive Council, with 22 top managers, thirteen from Fiat and nine from Chrysler, including Marchionne, who will monitor and examine the business plans for the Group.

    The Executive Coordinator will be Alessandro Baldi. With Marchionne at the head, will be the controller for North America, Cledorvino Belini - Latin America, Michael Manley - Asia, Gianni Coda - Europe, Africa and the Middle East, Pietro Gorlier - Mopar, Enrico Razelli - Components use (specifically Magneti Marelli) and Riccardo Tarantini - Comau-Teksid.

    Also, Olivier Francois will be responsible for the Fiat brand, and Chief Creative Officer of all brands. Saad Chehab for Lancia-Chrysler, Lorenzo Sistino will oversee commercial vehicles. For Abarth, Alfa Romeo and Maserati it will be Harald Wester, Michael Manley for Jeep, Reid Bigland for Dodge.

    For industrial processes Wester will be chief technology officer, Lorenzo Ramaciotti will head the design group, Stefan Ketter for Manufacturing Technology & Co-ordination, Vilmar Fistarol group purchasing quality Doug Betts for quality control, Bob Lee and Mark Chernoby Powertrain coordinator will follow the product portfolio management.

    Finally Alfredo Altavilla will be in charge of Business Development, Linda Knoll - Human Resources, Alessandro Baldi & services holding companies of Fiat, Richard Palmer is chief financial officer.

    From Anderson in Germany

    To choose a Maserati GranTurismo, a coupé manufactured by the world famous Italian premium car workhop, as a base for possible gentle corrections of this near to perfection driving machine, it demands a lot of mastership and workmanship. But ANDERSON Germany, at home at Dusseldorf and other places in Germany, has rendered several spectacular examples of its efficient inventiveness.

    Solely the complete car coating in silky matt black makes blood run cold for many apologists of automobile art made in Italy. Only the window frames, grill and the rear logo are made in shining black. Matching to the whole ensemble both front and tail lamps are tinted.

    This cannot go without a tyre-wheel-combination of special nature. ANDERSON has chosen proprietary glossy black exclusive rims with carbon framing in 21” all around, completed by sized 265 tyres in front and 295 rear. Unthinkable without adequate lowering. Besides, the exclusive sports engine bonnet, the exterior packet in Carbon – exterior mirrors, the tailgate and roof ledges, as well as the lateral left and right air inlets – merits to be mentioned.

    Corresponding to the high exclusive demands, the premium car manufacturer has given to the car more sportive front and rear aprons with matching to central exhaust system having remote controllable valve command in two sound levels. The result of this indispensable measure is, on the one side, 13 kg economy of weight and, on the other hand, a more of about 12 bhp. The whole made by ANDERSON power increase by means of exhaust enhancement, racing cats and software optimization climbs from the standard 440 bhp up to 492 bhp.

    The interior also has been enhanced up by a special carbon package, containing the air inlets, door knobs, the switch desk in the roof liner, the door sill panels, the steering wheel, the seat regulation levers, the shifting paddles, as well as the radio mask. Apropos infotainment: of course, customized sound system with especially made monitor in the dashboard, monitors in the headrests, PS3 player, loud speaker, subwoofer and amplifier ensure the appropriate sound.

    The other grafting works of the interior in black carbon leather combined with also black Alcantara, keder piping and red rhombus seams are based upon the exclusivity of the whole "Synthesis of the arts“ and, thus, suitable without any limits!

    Regards from ANDERSON ...




    Anderson's Maserati GranTurismo S Superior Black Edition













    From Enrico in the UK
    Maserati production to increase tenfold !

    Sergio Marchionne, CEO of Fiat Group, announced ambitious plans for Maserati, aimed at pushing sales up from last year's 5,675 units sold to aound 50,000. Marchionne plans are based on the success of three new Maserati models, all based on systems and components from Chrysler Group.

    Maserati will introduce two saloons and an SUV with technology from the American automaker. The highly successful Quattroporte flagship model will be replaced by two saloons using technology from the Chrysler 300 and possibly the Dodge Avenger.

    The Maserati SUV will be built alongside the Jeep Grand Cherokee at the Jefferson North plant in Detroit. Maserati has stated that the new models will not be rebadged Chryslers, as was the case with the Chrysler Le Baron in the Eighties. These Maseratis will have different bodies and interiors, with different engine and suspension. A concept form is expected to be unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September.

    Maserati aim to solve the Quattroporte’s size problem. The car is considered too small to rival the Audi A8, BMW 7 Series and Mercedes-Benz S-Class, and too large to be a driver’s car. This issue will be solved by offering both a “baby” Quattroporte and a larger Quattroporte.

    With their "baby" Quattroporte, Maserati hopes to combat the Audi A6, BMW 5 Series and Mercedes-Benz E-Class. The smaller Maserati saloon, will have a conventional layout, complete with a front longitudinal engine and rear-wheel drive. The engine will likely be a reworked, high performance 3.0-litre version of the Chrysler V6 Pentastar, with Fiat’s fuel saving Multi-Air air management system, twin turbochargers and direct injection. The car will deliver 400 bhp along with good fuel economy. There are also rumours of a 3.0-litre V6 diesel. Prices have yet to be announced, but should be in the region of EURO 55,000 to EURO 70,000.

    The larger Quattroporte will be considerably larger, and offer better space and more luxury than the present model. The larger Maserati will have an overall length of 5,170mm, 70mm longer than the current model and 220 longer than the “baby” vehicle. The larger Maserati will feature a revised version of the Ferrari-built 4.7-litre 475 bhp V8, mated to a ZF eight-speed automatic transmission.

    [Source: Automotive News]

    From Newspress in the UK



    Maseratis for 2012

    Maserati has taken the GranCabrio convertible to a new level of performance with the new GranCabrio Sport.

    With more power, a faster gearshift and a distinctively aggressive look, the GranCabrio Sport has given Maserati a harder-edged convertible to sit alongside the GranTurismo S and the Quattroporte Sport GT S as the performance flagships of their respective ranges.

    Publically unveiled at this year’s Geneva Motor Show, the GranCabrio Sport combines an upgraded 4.7-litre V8 engine with a 10 horsepower increase to 450 hp and improved fuel economy with the faster MC Auto Shift transmission.

    With a 285km-h top speed and a 0-100km/h sprint of just 5.2 seconds, the GranCabrio Sport is brimming with performance and luxury refinements both inside the cabin and underneath its award-winning body panels.

    Its six-speed transmission includes a super-fast MC Auto Shift mode and has been developed for the GranCabrio Sport directly from the transmission in the Quattroporte Sport GT S.

    The handling has been enhanced for greater speed, too, with an upgrade and revision of the Skyhook active-suspension system and the adoption of a more-responsive brake package.

    Visually, the GranCabrio Sport is characterized by a more-pronounced dynamic look. This look begins with the GranCabrio’s distinctive nose and continues with a host of small, perfectly integrated changes throughout the body and the interior.

    Exterior Design

    Maserati’s design team worked to provide a more-aggressive look that sat in harmony with the GranCabrio’s critically acclaimed styling.

    A series of relatively small upgrades in critical areas have created an integrated, dynamic design that immediately differentiates the GranCabrio Sport from the rest of the GranCabrio range and identifies it with both the Quattroporte Sport GT S and the GranTurismo S.

    It introduces a new colour, Rosso Trionfale – a classic red that pays tribute to the championship-winning Maserati racing cars of the 1950s. It’s a colour that highlights the GranCabrio Sport’s strong personality, yet maintains its elegant and slim look.

    The strong, distinctive GranCabrio grille receives even more character with a new black colour, while the grille’s Maserati Trident receives the red accents that are reserved for the fastest car in each of Maserati’s model ranges. These red accents are also found on the Quattroporte Sport GT S and the GranTurismo S.

    The headlights now have a black look with white reflectors*, while front corner splitters and the redesigned side skirts are both body coloured. The Shadow line, with its dark look around the base of the window glass, stresses the dramatic look of the car, strengthening its personality and pointing out the sinous lines of the body.

    Besides adding to the aggressive style, the side skirts and the corner splitters were developed in the wind tunnel and add significantly to the car’s aerodynamic efficiency reducing aerodynamic resistance and improving fuel consumption.

    The dynamic look is finished with redesigned 20” Astro-design wheels and a pair of menacing, black oval exhaust tips. The wheels each feature three Tridents and create a lighter look to accentuate the higher performance.

    (*white reflectors are not available in the U.S.)

    Interior Design

    The more-aggressive look is carried over inside the open-topped cabin, with a new seat-face design and drilled aluminium pedals.

    The GranCabrio Sport introduces changes to the gear-shifting system, with Maserati’s Active Shifting paddles now standard. The paddles, drawn from the Trofeo racing car, are longer than the standard steering column-mounted paddles and make shifting easier in enthusiastic driving.

    The GranCabrio Sport debuts two new interior colours in rich leather: Bianco Pregiato and Grigio Chrono. Bianco Pregiato is a more-pure white colour than the existing pearl colour and can be used everywhere except the top of the dashboard. Grigio Chrono is a darker grey, developed to complement the new Rosso Trionfale body colour.

    To differentiate it further from the standard GranCabrio, the GranCabrio Sport badge will be positioned on the dashboard in front of the passenger*.

    While the front passenger seat matches the driver’s seat by receiving adjustable lumbar support as standard, all four seats incorporate the new M-Design seat stitching**.

    This design reflects classical Maserati grille designs and replicates the design in the central seat panel, all crafted with Poltrona Frau’s finest leather.

    The Trident-embossed headrests can also be enhanced with customized stitching and customers can choose 13 different colours to contrast the leather of the seat.

    (*The badge will be GranTurismo C. Sport on the US version)

    (**Not available on the Australian version)


    The GranCabrio Sport uses the latest version of Maserati’s sonorous, all-alloy 4.7-litre V8, taken straight from the high-performance GranTurismo MC Stradale.

    This naturally aspirated engine produces 450 horsepower (331kW) at 7000rpm: that is10hp more than the GranCabrio. It is also rich with torque, with a peak of 510Nm (20Nm more than the GranCabrio) arriving at 4750rpm. Eighty percent of its maximum torque is already available at just 2500rpm.

    The performance increases are a result of Maserati’s Friction Reduction Program, which has made the GranCabrio Sport’s engine more reactive to the driver’s most-nuanced inputs. This program included a revision of the oil sump’s fluid dynamics and the application of a Diamond-Like Coating to the tappets and the super-finished camshaft lobes.

    Besides added power, torque and responsiveness, the Friction Reduction Program has lowered the GranCabrio Sport’s fuel consumption by six percent to a combined total of 14.5 litres/100km.

    The new exhaust tips also help the GranCabrio Sport to give a richer engine sound when the bypass valves are activated. The valves are always open in Manual-Sport mode, while they are open above 2500rpm in Auto-Sport mode.

    This exhaust system allows Maserati to hit its target of improving the car’s performance and also give its customers access to a new open air musical theatre and a rich sound experience.

    However, the valves are closed in Normal mode, giving the driver and passengers a quieter ride.


    The GranCabrio Sport is the first Maserati to match the upgraded, 450hp version of the 4.7-litre engine with the day-to-day luxury of a fully automatic transmission.

    This six-speed transmission includes the super-fast MC Auto Shift mode and has been developed for the GranCabrio Sport directly from the transmission in the Quattroporte Sport GT S.

    The MC Auto Shift mode contains a launch-control mode and is active in both Manual Sport and Automatic Sport modes to provide faster gearshift times and to automatically “blip” the throttle during down-shifts.

    To operate the MC Start Strategy (launch-control mode), the driver turns off the MSP in Auto Sport mode, then holds the brake pedal while pressing the accelerator. The driver should reach the optimum revs for a fast start (between 2300-2500rpm), and then simultaneously release the brake pedal and press the accelerator pedal completely. This manouvre is only recommended for use on a race track or in closed conditions of complete safety.

    Like the Quattroporte Sport GT S, the MC Auto Shift gives the driver even-greater engagement by holding gears in the Manual Sport mode, even when the engine reaches its rev limiter, and introducing a digital in-dash display to indicate the ideal gear-shift timing.

    The transmission gives the driver five distinct operating modes: Auto-Normal, Manual-Normal, Auto-Sport, Manual-Sport and Ice.

    Chassis and Handling

    The handling has received significant attention, with a new, sportier tune of the Skyhook active-suspension system and the adoption of grooved and drilled dual-cast brake discs.

    The upgraded “Sport Skyhook” uses acceleration sensors to register wheel and chassis movement. It sends this data to a central processor, which also analyzes the road conditions and the driving style and instantly and precisely regulates the dampers to suit any situation.

    With the GranCabrio Sport, the Skyhook system received upgraded management software and dampers to give a sharper focus on handling, grip and balance, while even the springs and anti-roll bars have been upgraded.

    Derived from the GranTurismo’s high-strength steel monocoque architecture, the GranCabrio and GranCabrio Sport feature aluminium structural reinforcements beneath the floor for extra rigidity at the cost of only 100kg compared to the GranTurismo S.

    Attached to the front of this architecture are aluminium wishbones with forged aluminium hub carriers and struts, aluminium gas dampers and springs, while at the rear adds a radius bar for each wheel to control toe-in.

    The changes to the brakes, with grooved, ventilated and drilled discs on all four wheels, have targeted a sporty, responsive and consistent feeling for the driver.

    The grooves have been designed to keep the brake pads clean by avoiding dust build-up, which can reduce braking performance, while the drilled holes ensure the uniform wear of the disc and the pads for long-term consistency. This all helps the GranCabrio Sport to stop in just 35 metres from 100km/h.

    Optional equipment

    The GranCabrio Sport will have the MC Sport Line packages available immediately at its launch, including interior and exterior carbon fibre features. For example it is possible to change the front splitter to carbon-fibre, while the side skirts are also available in black.

    The Astro-design, 20-inch wheels are also available in Shiny Anthracite Grey to create a darker, more-menacing look.

    It is also possible to change the body-coloured waist line around the cabin from black (Shadow line) to the same Chrome-line that is standard on the GranCabrio.

    The Chrome-line can also be fitted to the door handles, the capote mouldings and the exhaust tips.

    MY2012 upgrades to GranCabrio

    While introducing the GranCabrio Sport, Maserati has also refreshed the detailing of the GranCabrio.

    The MY2012 GranCabrio now receives a chromed front grille and side vents, while it also receives adjustable lumbar support for the front passenger as standard equipment.

    It has also added the options of a new, anodized matt red brake caliper for the GranCabrio.

    GranCabrio Sport Specifications

    Body: High-strength steel monocoque, under-body aluminium cross bracing

    Layout: Front-mid-engine, rear-drive

    Engine: 4.7-litre all-alloy V8

    Power: 450hp (331kW) @ 7000rpm

    Torque: 510Nm @ 4750rpm

    Cubic Capacity: 4691cc

    Bore x stroke: 94mm x 84.5mm

    Compression ratio: 11.25:1

    Maximum engine speed: 7200rpm

    Oil delivery: Wet sump

    0-100km/h acceleration: 5.2 seconds

    Top speed: 285km/h

    Fuel consumption – Urban: 22.5 litres/100km

    Fuel consumption – Extra-urban: 9.8 litres/100km

    Fuel consumption – combined: 14.5 litres/100km

    CO2 emissions: 337 grams/km

    Transmission: Six-speed automatic (ZF 6HP26) with MC Auto Shift

    Ratios: First - 4.171:1, Second - 2.340:1, Third - 1.521:1, Fourth - 1.143:1, Fifth - 0.867:1, Sixth - 0.691:1
                Reverse - 3.403:1

    Final Drive: 3.73:1

    Differential: Asymmetric limited-slip (25% in traction, 45% in release) with bevel drive

    Steering: Engine-speed sensitive power steering, rack-and-pinion.

    Turning circle: 12.3 metres

    Length: 4881mm

    Width (with mirrors): 2056mm

    Width (without mirrors): 1915mm

    Height: 1353mm

    Wheelbase: 2942mm

    Front track: 1586mm

    Rear track: 1590mm

    Front overhang: 873mm

    Rear overhang: 1066mm

    Boot/trunk capacity: 173 litres

    Fuel capacity: 75 litres

    Dry weight (EU): 1887kg

    Kerb weight (EU): 1980kg

    Weight distribution (roof closed): 49% front/51% rear

    Weight distribution (roof open): 48%/52%

    Brakes: 360mm front discs, 330mm rear discs

    Tyres: 245/35 ZR20 (front); 285/35 ZR20 (rear)


    Maserati's GranCabrio Sport

















    Maserati GB is delighted to confirm pricing for the new Maserati GranCabrio Sport at £102,615 on the road. The first right-hand drive vehicles will reach UK clients in October 2011. Officially unveiled at the Geneva Motorshow earlier this year, the Pininfarina designed four seater convertible was received with great enthusiasm by clients and media alike.

    Conceived as a harder-edged GranCabrio, the GranCabrio Sport uses a more powerful and fuel-efficient version of Maserati’s all-alloy 4.7-litre V8. This configuration of the naturally aspirated engine produces 331 kW (450 HP) and a maximum torque of 510Nm at 4750 rpm.

    Maserati’s Friction Reduction Programme has made the GranCabrio Sport’s engine more reactive to the driver’s inputs, whilst achieving a further 6% reduction in fuel consumption. Its ZF six-speed automatic transmission includes the super-fast MC Auto Shift software. It allows the GranCabrio Sport to reach a top speed of 285 km/h (177 mph) and the 0-100 km/h (0 to 62 mph) sprint is now reduced to 5.2s.

    The Skyhook active-suspension system has been revised to grant a sportier feel and so has the braking system which features grooved and drilled dual-cast brake discs.

    The mechanical changes also include a revised exhaust system which automatically opens its bypass valves in Sport mode to provide an even richer sound.

    Visually, the GranCabrio Sport is characterised by a more-pronounced dynamic look: from the black grille featuring a Trident with red accents to the black look headlights with white sidemarks. Front corner splitters and redesigned side skirts matching the colour of the car’s body, black oval exhaust tips and 20” Astro-design wheels complete the dynamic look of the GranCabrio Sport.

    The look is carried over inside the cabin with newly designed seats and driver-focused contents such as longer Trofeo-design gear-shift paddles and drilled aluminium pedals.

    The GranCabrio Sport also features a new body colour: Rosso Trionfale, a rich metallic red inspired by the Italian national colour used on 1950s racing Maseratis.

    Inside the cabin, two new leather colours are available for the new M-design seats: Bianco Pregiato, a brilliant ivory shade; and Grigio Chrono, a sporty, dark tone of grey.

    Text and photos courtyesy of Maserati




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