The trident logo of the Italian luxury vehicle manufacturer, Maserati, is a thoroughly recognizable and endearing car brand in the motoring world. Established in 1914 by the Maserati Brothers, who were all involved in the automobile industry, Maserati grew over the years until its subsequent purchase by Fiat and then finally Ferrari in 1997, making it Ferraris' luxury division. Maserati saw fit to introduce the Maserati GranTurismo in 2008 as the successor of their popular grand touring cars, the Maserati Coupe and Spyder. While the GranTurismo was discontinued in 2019, 2023 has seen it revived. Up for sale is a 2015 Maserati GranTurismo MC with just 18,700 miles on the odometer.
For 2015 Maserati offered the Maserati GranTurismo MC in 15 exterior paint choices. This particular car sports a black called the Nero Pastelo. The MC Stradale variant of the GranTurismo was made for speed and performance, and as such, its design is sport-oriented and can be even further customized as with this car. It sports the MC Aero Package, which includes a carbon fiber rear lip spoiler, exterior mirrors, gas cap, and door handles. The front features a carbon fiber hood with a massive hood scoop to feed cold air to the engine. A set of 20" MC Design dual 5-spoke Matte Graphite alloy wheels with the Maserati trident in the center grace this Maserati. Rosso Opaco or red-painted brake calipers with the Maserati script in white can be seen behind the alloys. The luxury part of this MC Stradale is in the interior Nero-finished interior with Poltrona Frau leather seat trims. The seats feature yellow contrast stitching. The seat backrest covers and seat frames are finished in carbon fiber. Nero floor mats with yellow pipings are in place, along with aluminum pedals. The 3-spoke steering wheel is finished in black leather and carbon fiber.
The 2015 Maserati GranTurismo MC features a 4.7L V8 engine which is shared with its Ferrari cousins and coupled with a ZF 6-speed automatic transmission. The MC Stradale produces 454hp of power along with 384 lb.ft of torque. 0-60 mph is clocked in at an impressive 4.5 seconds with a top speed of 188 mph.
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