This vehicle is located in our San Carlos California Showroom (650) 326-1000.
With an illustrious heritage that dates back to 1926, Maserati was one of the premier Italian sports car makers of the 1950s, 1960s and beyond. The signature trident symbol is penned after the Roman god Neptune.
The styling on the Coupe GT is credited to the Giugiaro organization in Italy. In addition to offering lush designs and strong performance, the Maserati is a joy to drive with solid exclusivity.
The styling of the new Coupe GT is similar to the Spyder yet the Coupe GT offers four-passenger seating.
The styling touches on the lushly curved coupe body include a historic oval-shaped Maserati shield on the hood, which sits above a trident on the wide mesh grille. The Coupe GT rides on 15-spoke 18-inch wheels. It measures 178.1 inches long overall and 51.4 inches tall on a 104.7-inch wheelbase.
The Coupe GT features a Skyhook automatic suspension control system that was developed with Mannesmann-Sachs. This system was a first when it was introduced. Sensors monitor movement in the wheels and body and a computer adapts damping according to driving and road-surface conditions.
Maserati hands lavish equipment levels for life onboard. An information center in the console holds a 5.8-inch color display for the music system, trip computer and climate controls.
This 4.2-liter V-8 engine develops 390 horsepower at 7,000 rpm with Cambiocorsa paddle-shift transmission that is borrowed from Formula One racing. The electronically actuated Cambiocorsa transmission operates in four modes: Normal, Sport, Automatic and Low Grip. The transmission can operate in fully automatic mode, or the driver may manipulate Up and Down paddles behind the steering wheel to change gears. The Coupe GT has a 0-to-60-mph acceleration time of 4.8 seconds.