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Maserati Gran Sport

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Maserati Gran Sport
Maserati
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Class Supercar
Body Style 2-door, 2+2 seat coupe
Length 4523 mm
Width 1822 mm
Height 1295 mm
Wheelbase
Weight 1580 kg
Transmission 6-speed paddle shift transmission
Engine 4.2 litre (4244 cc) 90° V8
Power 400 horsepower @ 7000 rpm
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Designer Giorgetto Giugiaro of Italdesign

The Maserati GranSport is a more sporting and more expensive version of the Coupe. The Gran Sport features a sportier interior, more powerful engine, and more aggressive suspension tuning than the Coupe. It is equipped with a standard 4.2 litre (4244 cc), 90°, V8, 400 horsepower (298 kW) engine @ 7000 rpm. A 6-speed paddle shift transmission comes as standard. The crankcase and cylinder heads are made of hardened aluminium silicon alloy. The car costs about Stg £66,000 or $98,000. Production began in 2004. The car is 4523 mm long, 1822 mm wide, 1295 mm high and weighs 1580 kg.

Inside, the dashboard, body-hugging seats, tunnel, thick-rimmed steering wheel, impressive materials (leather, carbon fibre, alloy, high tech fabric) all combine to create a sporty ambiance.

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GranSport MC Victory

GranSport “Contemporary Classic”

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See Also

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The Fiat Group


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Alfieri Maserati · Bindo Maserati · Carlo Maserati · Ettore Maserati · Ernesto Maserati · Mario Maserati · O.S.C.A. · Adolfo Orsi · MC Sport Line


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