Turns out Europe's Photoshopping prognosticators didn't need to create a mockup of the upcoming Maserati SUV concept — the brand's first ever — from scratch. They could have simply dusted off an old Giugiaro design. Because that's what Maserati did — even giving it the same name of that 2003 SUV concept — the Kubang.
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The Intertubes have been abuzz with photos of what appear to be the new Maserati sport utility vehicle set to be unveiled in Frankfurt. Yet its probably an unofficial render, and not just because of a few pixels and all the 'shops I've seen in my day.
It's beautiful to look at, stunning to listen to and anointed by Maserati's racing squad. But is the new Maserati GranTurismo MC a true driver's car, or just the latest motoring accessory to tempt the Palm Beach set? Let's find out.
Maserati is a venerated name, built on both street and track. They have also had, over their 96-year history, a string of owners, each of whom has had a different vision for the company, and as proven by today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe '84 Biturbo, sometimes that vision has been somewhat clouded. It's up to you to…
The Eagles once advocated in song to take it to the limit, one more time, while guitarist Joe Walsh - in his solo days - lamented that having done so one too many times ended his Maserati driving days. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Maser Spyder offers the chance to be like Joe, but is its price way over the limit?
For the past several years, car collectors in Texas had heard rumors of a secret stash of near-showroom condition Italian sports car, tucked away and nearly forgotten. The rumors were true, but the mystery remains intact.
The Birdcage was a wonder, and the epitome of pre-monocoque race car design, a gossamer web of 200 pencil-thin chro-moly steel tubes
welded fillet brazed into a delicate space frame which weighed all of 90 pounds.
What is it with the French and their magnificent market failures? This is the Citroën SM Opéra, a galactic market failure which makes galactic market failures like the Renault Avantime (total made: 8,557) look positively submicroscopic. For this, to be specific, is one of the eight Citroën SM Opéras ever made.
The streets of New Delhi, India, have more than their share of traffic from vehicles of all kinds. New to the list: more than 40 Porsches, Aston Martins and other luxury cars abandoned by owners worried about tax evasion charges.
Maserati unveiled the latest edition to the trident brand's stable at its new Manhattan dealership Tribeca last night. It's called the GranTurismo MC.
There's not much wrong with the Maserati GranCabrio, but any perceived fault can be outrun by a $28,000 upgrade from Novitec that puts 590 hp behind the trident. Can a dentist handle a supercar like this?
The seventh running of the 12 Hours of Sebring in 1957 has a lot going for it as the best-looking motor race ever. For starters, the car and the man above: World War II hero John Fitch driving Zora Arkus-Duntov’s Corvette SS.
Word today is Maserati is planning a $75,000 sedan aimed at midsized German luxury models, and a luxury SUV that's part Jeep, part Alfa Romeo. This could get interesting.
This factory-tuned Maserati GranTurismo Convertible is painted in Rosso Trionfale (Triumphant Red) in homage to Maserati race cars of the 1950s, like the Maserati 250F raced by Juan-Manuel Fangio. Quite the little torch bearer, this modified droptop is.
Thorium-228, an isotope of the element thorium, has a half-life of 1.9116 years. Many Maseratis from the eighties, especially the Biturbo, seemed to last about as long, although today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Maserati 228 seems elementally un-decayed.