The concept of GranTurismo—intercontinental motoring at high speed and in supreme comfort—defines the dual essence of Maserati: sport and luxury. To experience the car is to understand the marque’s true core. Since 1947, GranTurismo continues to be the cornerstone of Maserati.
For half a century, the Quattroporte—which means “four doors” in ltalian—has been synonymous with GT performance combined with spacious comfort. Explore the car that single-handedly created the market segment of the luxury-sports sedan.
The Maserati Biturbo from 1981 was the first production car to use a twin-turbocharged engine. The brainchild of then-Maserati owner Alejandro de Tomaso, the visionary design gave rise to a full range of vehicles in more than 50 variants, representing more than 20 years of innovation at Maserati.
Some exclusive Maserati automobiles were built for competition in motorsport, or as styling exercises to explore futuristic designs. Each was unique, or with a strictly limited production run, and all were distinct from series-production Maserati road cars.