In terms of dinosaurs, the 2018 Maserati GranTurismo kind of is one, as the first GranTurismo came out in 2007. Surprisingly, you can still buy one new today and you know what? It’s still pretty good. Especially the sound.
[Is there a classier racing series than Maserati Trofeo? I don’t think so. Here’s the all-Maserati GranTurismo MC Trofeo field during Race 1 of the Maserati Trofeo World Series season-ender at Yas Marina Circuit. Photo credit: Maserati/Grimfoto]
Some may see an exotic car driving down the road and say “In another life perhaps” as a single tear rolls down your cheek. Well, fret no more, as I’m here to save you from your boring-ass car decisions. The Maserati GranTurismo is stupid cheap, and you can afford it, if you follow my advice.
The Maserati GranTurismo has been around since 2007, which makes it pretty old, as far as new cars are concerned. Why would anyone want one when there's a multitude of competitors that are newer, and objectively better? There's actually a few good reasons.
Oh, I'm sorry, did I say Maserati GranTurismo MC? What I meant to say was Maserati GranTurismo MC Cabriolet with Novitec Supersport Package. And not only is that a wonderful mouthful of words, it's also a wonderful handful of power.
You know what sounds better than a Maserati GranTurismo doing donuts? When the Italian V8 is backed up by a huge American V10 doing donuts, too.
In a world of sports cars that sacrifice sensory delights on the altar of performance and capability, Maserati's scrumptious engine noise stands out like Sofía Vergara at a Mennonite sewing group. She's naked, of course. Just to be clear.
We just received this photo of a Jeep Grand Cherokee, apparently driven by a valet, that managed to vault itself over a Mini and into a Maserati GranTurismo and a vintage Porsche 356 just minutes ago. No one was hurt, but there could be damage to $400,000 worth of cars depending on the specifics of the Porsche.
Christopher Kippenberger has brought a couple of our favorite things together: the cold, grey streets of Berlin, the growl of a Maserati V8, and some gorgeous film. But you can see good car porn anywhere. What makes this video unique is that it was filmed exclusively by drone.
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.
With GranTurismo MC GT4-inspired looks and a similarly powerful 450 hp 4.7-liter V8 engine, the GranTurismo MC Stradale is the lightest, fastest, and most powerful new Maserati you can legally drive on public roads.
It’s always good to see a Maserati GranTurismo and this gray one we found on Woodward was no exception.
Tired of your Maserati Gran Turismo getting covered in bird poo outside your double-wide? Apparently, a carport is the ideal solution to exotic car storage and one's just won a prize for its Maserati-sheltering abilities.
When Jason Castriota left Pininfarina for Bertone, it was like switching to Coke after a lifetime of Pepsi. Let’s examine a design element he’s started using that’s alien to Pininfarina but essential to Bertone.
Ever wonder how they get those beautiful Italian supercars from Maranello to your
questionable favorite Miami exotic car dealership? They fly the friendly KLM skies in a Boeing 747-406F.