Maserati Coupe 2002 ItalDesign Interior Exterior Car

The Maserati Coupé and Spyder (Tipo M138) are phenomenal tourers conveyed by Italian automaker Maserati from 2001 to 2007. They have now been supplanted by the GranTurismo. The two nameplates imply the four-seater auto and two-seater roadster frames, independently. Both models relied on upon the 3200 GT,[4][5] which was sold in Europe, yet not in the United States. As a result of the perplexing method for the names “Maserati Coupé” and “Maserati Spyder” (which could insinuate any roadster or convertible Maserati has made) the Coupé and Spyder are both frequently suggested as the 4200 GT.

The Spyder was at first unveiled to the all inclusive community at the 2001 Frankfurt Auto Show with the Coupé’s presentation taking after quickly at the 2002 Detroit Auto Show. Bargains in the United States began in March 2002 for the Spyder and in May for the Coupé. The entry of the Spyder declared Maserati’s landing toward the North American market taking after a 11-year rest. Pretty much when it was displayed, the Spyder was picked by Forbes as the Best GT for 2001.

The Coupé and Spyder were sketched out by Giorgetto Giugiaro of ItalDesign, who moreover arranged the Maserati Ghibli,] and the later mid-engine 1971 supercar Maserati Bora. Internal parts arrangement was dispatched to Enrico Fumia and develop seriously in light of 3200 GT inner parts, restyled in 1999. The automobiles were created at the Viale Ciro Menotti plant in Modena, Italy.

The Coupé and Spyder came standard with an information center that joins sound and climate controls. An optional GPS course structure and sans hands GSM phone were also open as decisions joined into the information center. Additional optional rigging fuses xenon headlights, overhauled sound structure and CD changer, electrochromic back point of view mirror, back ceasing sensors, seat warmers, and voyage control. Diverse inside trim groups were offered, including a cowhide headliner highlighting a grosgrain plan, and either a carbon fiber unit or Briar wood pack wielding wood parts of the managing wheel, portal trim, and shifter. Purchasers could even demand custom Maserati things, made to arrange their a car interior.

BODYWORK
body type 2+2 seater fixed-head coupé
number of doors 2
designer Italdesign
DIMENSIONS & WEIGHTS
mm inches
wheelbase 2659 104.7
track/tread (front) 1524 60
track/tread (rear) 1539 60.6
length 4523 178.1
width 1821 71.7
height 1306 51.4
length:wheelbase ratio 1.7
kerb weight 1670 kg 3682 lb
fuel tank capacity 90 litres 19.8 UK Gal 23.8 US Gal
ENGINE
engine type naturally aspirated petrol
engine manufacturer Maserati
cylinders V 8
capacity 4.2 litre
4244 cc
(258.985 cu in)
bore × stroke 92 × 79.8 mm
3.62 × 3.14 in
bore/stroke ratio 1.15
double overhead camshaft (DOHC)
4 valves per cylinder
32 valves in total
maximum power output 390 PS (385 bhp) (287 kW)
at 7000 rpm
specific output 90.7 bhp/litre
1.49 bhp/cu in
maximum torque 452 Nm (333 ft·lb) (46.1 kgm)
at 4500 rpm
specific torque 106.5 Nm/litre
1.29 ft·lb/cu3
compression ratio 11.1:1
fuel system Bo ME7.3.2 fuel inj.
bmep (brake mean effective pressure) 1338.4 kPa (194.1 psi)
crankshaft bearings 5
engine coolant Water
unitary capacity 530.5 cc
aspiration Normal
compressor N/A
intercooler None
catalytic converter Y
PERFORMANCE
acceleration 0-60mph 4.9 s
acceleration 0-160km/h (100mph) 11.30 s
standing quarter-mile 13.4 s
@ 109 mph
standing kilometre 24.7 s
@ 212 km/h
maximum speed 285 km/h (177 mph)
power-to-weight ratio 233.74 PS/g
171.91 kW/g
230.54 bhp/ton
0.1 bhp/lb
weight-to-power ratio 5.82 kg/kW
9.72 lb/bhp
FUEL CONSUMPTION
carbon dioxide emissions 430.0 g/km
CHASSIS
engine position front
engine layout longitudinal
drive wheels rear wheel drive
torque split N/A
gearbox 6 speed manual

Maserati Coupe 2002 ItalDesign Interior Exterior Car

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