Maserati has loosed from its Modena stables the long-awaited GranTurismo, and it is a formidable machine.
First came the Maybach 62, introduced four years ago as an 18-footer for elderly businessmen and their chauffeurs.
One writer damned the Quasi-Automatic Transmission in the otherwise smooth and affable Maserati Quattroporte for its mechanical hiccups an
These are good times for Maserati, a company that a dozen years ago was only a few signatures short of bankruptcy and oblivion.
City streets, interstates, and showrooms abound with two-seaters masquerading as racecars built for the street.
If the meaning of the Maserati Quattroporte’s descriptor is not obvious, it is Italian for “four doors,” but it does not refer to somethin
Maseratis are probably the prettiest, nimblest, and most enjoyable little cars that American buyers have never considered.
The 1965 Maserati Quattroporte sat unnoticed by everyone at a California classic car show in 1978. Everyone except Oscar Crovetto.
The Maserati Coupe features Cambiocorsa, a Formula One–style paddle-shifting system that simulates the experience of using the race-tuned
A fine car has finite characteristics: a powerful engine, striking lines, an inviting interior.
The Maserati Spyder embodies the cardinal characteristics of the Italian sports car: It is mechanically sound and visually striking, and i
Resembling the intricate fossilized remains of an ancient flying reptile, the frame of the fabled Maserati “Birdcage” is an assemblage of
First impressions certainly contain elements of reliability, but wiser judges know that last impressions are typically lasting impressions
The Maserati Gransport (www.maserati.com), a stately, swift update of the company’s