Maserati Levante S Q4 GranSport Design Zegna PelleTessuta

Maserati Levante S Q4 GranSport Design Zegna PelleTessuta – Maserati Levante S Q4 GranSport 2019 is present at the 89th edition of the Geneva Motor Show with its brother Maserati Quattroporte S Q4 GranLusso. Maserati put the Levante Launch Edition in the spotlight at the Geneva Motor Show, a limited edition of 100 units. This exclusive car with an interior at PelleTessuta Maserati Levante S Q4 GranSport 2019 with a new interior style at PelleTessuta uses new and unique materials made by Ermenegildo Zegna specifically for Maserati. Levante S Q4 GranSport 2019 PelleTessuta looks elegant designed with a bronze exterior. The Levante S Q4 GranSport features the interior of PelleTessuta ™ with Nappa’s flexible leather interior created through the pioneering research of Ermenegildo Zegna and exhibited exclusively at this Maserati Levante. High quality materials where soft, luxurious, lightweight materials not only last long but bring comfort and beauty to the interior of the Levante S Q4 GranSport. Levante is an all-wheel drive and is powered by a twin-turbo V6 or V8 engine designed and built by Ferrari. Take performance to a new level. Levante offers everything the comfort and safety of Maserati. High responsiveness to remote enhancements. Levante got his name from the wind that blew across the Mediterranean, changing from calm to wind power in an instant. Through a long-term partnership between the companies Zegna and Maserati, two historic companies from the country of ……

Maserati Bora 1971 Racing Design Sedan

Maserati Bora 1971 Racing Design Sedan – Maserati Bora 1971 powered by Powered by a 90 ° V8 engine is a true supercar that promises 170 mph performance. This is the first Maerati mid-engine car and made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1971 which later began producing Maserati Maserati Bora 1971 which introduced many new ideas to the Maserati brand. Maserati Bora 1971 utilizes Citroen hydrualic system as a French manufacturer that operates brake, pop-up headlamps, driver’s seat, and adjustable pedal blocks. The 310 hp output enables a top speed of 260 km / h or 162 mph. The 1971 Maserati Bora racing version continued to be developed in 1973 following the request of French importer Thepenier to compete in Group Four, but at the time – and after removing more than 430 hp from the car – Maserati could not achieve the 500 car production figures needed to obtain homology. The oil crisis, combined with the new tax restrictions passed by the Italian government, has, in effect, significantly reduced the market for such high-performance cars. Bora production ceased in 1978. BODYWORK Body type 2 seater fixed-head coupé Number of doors 2 Designer Giugiaro DIMENSIONS & WEIGHTS mm inches Wheelbase 2600 102.4 Track/tread (front) 1467 57.8 Track/tread (rear) 1448 57 Length 4335 170.7 Width 1768 69.6 Height 1134 44.6 Ground clearance 130 5.1 length:wheelbase ratio 1.67 Kerb weight 1550 kg 3417 ……

Maserati 250S by Fantuzzi 1955 Design Interior Exterior Car

In 1955, Maserati moved to supplant its A6GS sports hustling autos with another auto called the 200S, later the 200SI. In 1957, they redesigned the 200SI with a greater motor and re-initiated it the 250S. Just four were constructed. This is one of them. The motor is a 2.5-liter twin cam straight-four making 253 torque. They were extended variants of the 2.0liter from the 200SI and they were speedy autos speedier than the Ferrari V12s they went up against at an early stage. Be that as it may, the project was drop when Maserati surrendered hustling after 1957. The smooth body is by Fantuzzi. Probably the most splendid and venerated pure bloods to rise up out of Maserati’s steady amid the 1950s were the organization’s four-barrel sports racers, which appeared in 1955. Like Porsche, Maserati observed that the 1.5-liter games auto class needed noteworthy rivalry from any makers other than OSCA, so the Tipo 53 undertaking was charged using the 4CF2 motor, which uprooted just shy of 1,500 cubic centimeters. At the appropriate time, the engine was expanded to dislodge two liters for the succeeding 200S and 200SI models, and however both autos indicated much guarantee in their duels with Ferrari’s TRCs, Maserati was progressively distracted with its 300S six-chamber games racer. In 1958 the motor was made greater (2.5 liters) and the auto was named as 250S. The auto scored a reverberating triumph with ……