The GranCabrio Fendi is the latest creation by Maserati in collaboration with Fendi. Designed by Silvia Venturini, the two iconic brands from Italy are set to debut the vehicle at the Frankfurt MotorShow in September 2011.
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Maserati takes on a set of new wheels collaborating with top Italian bicycle manufacturer Milani to create a lightweight and stylish bicycle. The Maserati bicycle is made of carbon fiber and aluminum and is painted in Maserati’s signature dark blue paint. It comes in two models, the Veloce racing bicycle inspired by the Maserati GranTurismo and the Turismo city bicycle modeled after the Quattroporte. Both models will be available in five different sizes and are available now at Milani retailers and Maserati dealerships with pricing ranging from $3,870 to $7,741.
Maserati & Architectural Digest magazine recently held a contest inviting some of the best innovative garages to the scene. The winning garages will be featured in a special advertising section in the October issue of Architectural Digest. You can take a look at the winning garages below. Continue reading Maserati & Architectural Digest Best Real And Concept Garages
Maserati is now offering a new set of options that will enhance the performance of the vehicle.Â The “MC Sport Line” is designed to enhance the sporty DNA of Maseratis for those customers who like to express their passion for racing through dynamic styling and a choice of technical solutions that increaseÂ drivingÂ fun without compromise.
The GranTurismo S will be the first model to present the “MC Sport Line” catalogue to the public. Maserati hopes to the extend “MC Sport Line” to its entire line-up during the course of 2009.
The Maserati Granturismo Mc Course Concept features a few upgrades over the standard model. One of the most noticeable differences is the new aero package that outfits the car up with a revised and enlarged rear spoiler, and prominent front splitter that isÂ to prevent air from passing under the car. The car has also been lightened. MaseratiÂ says the Mc Corse weights less than 3086 pounds and also draws more power from the 4.7-liter V-8, which provides 450 horsepower and 376 pound-feet of torque.
Overall, I think the car looks way more attractive. What do you think?