Biturbo Spyder

1989 Maserati Biturbo Spyder - exterior view of the classic convertible in red
1989 Maserati Biturbo Spyder - interior view of the classic cabriolet model in red

Top performance and top-down driving fun were features of the Biturbo Spyder, the first open Maserati since the Ghibli Spyder more than 12 years earlier. Milanese stylist Zagato handled the design’s development, while the bodies were assembled in Turin before transportation to the Maserati factory in Modena for final assembly. The Biturbo’s 2,514 mm wheelbase was shortened to 2,400 mm for the Spyder models, which evolved through various versions and followed the same technical and aesthetic development as the coupe, with the exception of the 24-valve 2.8-liter engine that was never installed in the open models. The engines were the same 2.0-liter V6 for the home market, and 2.5-liter unit for export. The Biturbo Spyder was launched following the true Maserati heritage, and featured a leather interior and gold Maserati watch on the dashboard.

Data sheet Spyder Spyder i Spyder i (1990)
Model code Tipo AM333Tipo AM333Tipo AM333
Body type 2+2 spyder2+2 spyder2+2 spyder
Design ZagatoZagatoZagato
Production years1984 - 19861986 - 19881989 - 1992
Maserati era De TomasoDe TomasoDe Tomaso
Numbers produced 276297122
Chassis Monocoque steel constructionMonocoque steel constructionMonocoque steel construction
Dry weight1,251kg 1,251kg 1,308kg
Engine configuration 90° V690° V6, three valves per cylinder (two intake, one exhaust), single overhead camshaft, twin-turbo90° V6, three valves per cylinder (two intake, one exhaust), single overhead camshaft, twin-turbo90° V6, three valves per cylinder (two intake, one exhaust), single overhead camshaft, twin-turbo
Displacement1,996cc1,996cc1,996cc
Maximum power 180hp @ 6,000rpm 185hp @ 6,000rpm 220hp @ 6,250rpm
Top speed215km/h220km/h230km/h
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