Italy is undeniably the home of luxury sports cars. From Ferrari, Lamborghini, Alfa Romeo and more, the Italians sure know how to make their cars. Maserati was founded in 1914 by the Maserati Brothers and, since 2021, has been owned by Stellantis. Luxury grand touring cars are what Maserati specializes in. With the advent of the Maserati GranTurismo in 2007, this series of grand tourers were produced until 2019. The series was recognized as the fastest developed car in automobile history. This trident badged 2010 Maserati GranTurismo S is up for sale with just 33,000 miles on the odometer.
The 2010 Maserati GranTurismo was offered in 14 color options, this GranTurismo S is bedecked in the tantalizing Bianco Elderado exterior color scheme. The front features an inwardly curved design for the hood. While below it rests a massive and aggressively sculpted front grille painted in chrome with a carbon fiber front diffuser. The front fenders feature a trio of vents for enhanced cooling, while the C-pillar is host to a black-painted Maserati logo. The power door mirrors feature heating and are finished in carbon fiber with body-color painted side skirts. Moving to the rear, it features a carbon fiber boot lip rear spoiler with the Maserati lettering below it in chrome. The dual exhausts are finished in chrome with a black bezel around the whole assembly. It sits on a set of Maserati 20” 7-spoke black-painted wheels with white Maserati lettering on red-painted brake calipers. Luxury is the interior design language, from the Rosso Corallo leather interior with contrast white stitching to the carbon fiber interior trim. The final touch is tinted windows.
The 2010 Maserati GranTurismo S features an enlarged engine from its younger sibling, the non-S variant GranTurismo. A 4.7L V8, the same engine used in the Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione and developed in conjunction with Ferrari, has a power rating of 434hp and 361 lb.ft of torque and is mated to a 6-speed automated manual transmission. This subjected the car to a performance increase to 4.9 seconds in the 0-60 mph and a 183 mph top speed. The GranTurismo S is graced by a set of Brembo brakes for assured stopping power.
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