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Ferrari Guts Maserati: No More Engines After 2022

Ferrari Guts Maserati: No More Engines After 2022
Ferrari has been supplying engines to Maserati for years now, ever since the two were under the same FCA ownership. But a few years back, Ferrari was spun off into its own company. During a recent earnings call, Ferrari announced that it would no longer supply engines to Maserati after 2021 or 2022.
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Concepts from Future Past: Maserati Boomerang

Concepts from Future Past: Maserati Boomerang
One of the many sexy designs from Giorgetto Giugiaro of Italdesign, the Maserati Boomerang was a concept that first broke cover in the early 1970s. It made its debut as a mockup back in 1971 at the Turin Motor Show, but later arrived as a fully functional, one-of-a-kind prototype during the 1972 Geneva Motor Show.
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Novitec Upgrades Maserati Levante

Novitec Upgrades Maserati Levante
Novitec has announced that it has a new souped-up version of the Maserati Levante SUV that brings with it more style and performance. The Novitec upgrades include a tune that ups power to 494 hp and 487 lb-ft.
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Lazareth LM847 is a Minimalist Maserati Packing 470hp

Lazareth LM847 is a Minimalist Maserati Packing 470hp
Driving a Maserati with a powerful V8 engine can be more than some drivers can handle. Imagine packing that much power into a machine meant to be ridden like a motorcycle. I hesitate to call this thing a motorcycle because it actually has four wheels.
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Maserati Rolls Out Redesigned 2017 Quattroporte

Maserati Rolls Out Redesigned 2017 Quattroporte
There’s one thing a Maserati has over all other cars on the road: the awesome Trident badge. Whatever your thoughts about other elements of the luxury cars conceived at the Modena, Italy HQ, the trident is unassailably badass.
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2017 Maserati Levante SUV Price Announced

2017 Maserati Levante SUV Price Announced
Back in February when the Maserati Levante SUV went official, we knew a lot about the vehicle but a few hard details were missing, most importantly the pricing. We now know what the SUV will cost.
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French Racing Passions Past and Present Live on Outside Paris

French Racing Passions Past and Present Live on Outside Paris
The Autodrome de Monthléry, located outside of Paris, has seen better days. The huge concrete bowl in the town of Montlhéry, about 20 miles south of Paris, was one of the first purpose built circuits when construction finished in 1924.
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Meet Levante, Maserati’s First Ever SUV

Meet Levante, Maserati’s First Ever SUV
When Porsche announced that they were going to be making a SUV, the enthusiast world went nuts. Why would a company that makes 911s want to dilute the brand by building mall crawlers? The reason, of course, is obvious.
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Vilner Tricks out Maserati GranTursimo Interior

Vilner Tricks out Maserati GranTursimo Interior
The Maserati GranTurismo is already quite an elegant and sporty car. The interior that comes from the factory certainly isn’t bad to look at, but the talented craftspeople at Vilner knew they could do much better.
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One of Only 50 Maserati MC12’s up for Sale

One of Only 50 Maserati MC12’s up for Sale
Last year, we reported on an extremely rare Maserati MC12, with only 1300 miles on it, that was being sold on eBay. Now another specimen is on the block at a Bentley dealership in Long Island, and this one has only been driven 310 miles!
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It’s Man vs. Maserati at Goodwood

It’s Man vs. Maserati at Goodwood
Famed British former pro cyclist David Millar has a new job that any gearhead would crave – Maserati Ambassador. And he recently joined his love of cycling with his passion for fast cars in a unique feat to promote the first appearance of Maserati at the Goodwood Moving Motor Show on June 25.
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Maserati Boomerang Concept Car to Be Sold at Auction

Maserati Boomerang Concept Car to Be Sold at Auction
Last year, when we profiled the incredibly futuristic looking Maserati Boomerang concept car, we wrote that “The Boomerang prototype still exists (and still drives) and is occasionally seen on the auto show circuit in Europe.” Now the one-of-a-kind sports car is going to be auctioned by Bonhams in France in September, and experts are saying it could bring in as much as $4 million.
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Maserati Levante SUV Rendered

Maserati Levante SUV Rendered
With its successful launch of the Ghibli, it didn’t take long for Maserati to invest in an a vehicle with an even wider potential appeal. First shown in concept form back in 2011, the Kubang was Maserati’s first attempt to create an SUV.
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Maserati Zagato Mostro Looks and Sounds Like a Monster

Maserati Zagato Mostro Looks and Sounds Like a Monster
I am not the biggest fan of the current Maserati lineup. From the Ghibli to the Quattroporte, I think their lines all look a little bit awkward and flabby. Such is not the case with the recently unveiled 2015 Zagato Mostro.
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Awesome Car Pic: 1975 Maserati Khamsin

Awesome Car Pic: 1975 Maserati Khamsin
Manufactured from 1974 to 1982, the Maserati Khamsin was the successor to the popular Ghibli 2+2 coupe. This wedge-shaped grand tourer was designed by the legendary Marcello Gandini of Bertone, and was powered by a 4.9-liter V8 engine capable of producing 330 horsepower.
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