If you’ve come across Maserati, you’d have an idea of who they are. These guys are manufacturers of fine Italian sports cars with a degree of luxury as well as performance. Being Italian, it’s no secret that their cars like to be a bit shouty as well. Whilst Ferrari and Lamborghini focus on flat-out performance, Maserati doesn’t mind dialing things down a degree to offer their owners and drivers some luxury and comfort appointments in harmony with the whole go-fast-and-corner-well thing – they’ve been around for 106 years after all, far longer than the other two, so why not relax just a tad? If that ethos floats your boat, here’s a 2017 Maserati GranTurismo Coupe from Connecticut with just 20,000 miles on its wheels.
Penned by Pininfarina’s Jason Castriota, the GranTurismo was revealed to the world at the 2007 Geneva Motor Show. Produced in coupe (hard top) and spyder (convertible) forms, this 2017 Maserati GranTurismo Coupe presents its stunning design in a Blu Oceano Metallic paint job, rolling on a set of stylish 20-inch MC Design shiny titanium alloy wheels which are staggered, measuring 8.5 inches wide at the front, and a truly meaty 10.5 inches at the rear. The car also sports a body-colored rear spoiler, black window trim and the dual exhaust tips are in black too. Venture aboard and be greeted by the Cuoio interior - that’s a shade of tan, basically. The interior offers accommodation for four occupants, with the two rear occupants receiving more space than you’d expect from a Coupe, as well as their own set of air vents and even cupholders – it’s a Grand Tourer after all. The cabin also boasts alcantara headliner, contrast stitching and the Maserati Trident logo embroidery in the head rests. The driver is presented with a three-spoke steering wheel, chunky aluminum paddle shifters and aluminum pedals are present as well. Blue-faced dials communicate the vital information, with the 7,500rpm redlined rev counter indicating that this engine likes to sing. You also get dual-zone climate control, and an infotainment system with CD player and navigation, and a premium sound system.
This 2017 Maserati GranTurismo Coupe is powered by a Ferrari engine, the Ferrari F136Y 4.7L naturally aspirated V8 that pumps out 444hp and 510lb-ft to the rear wheels via a six-speed automatic gearbox. This grants the GranTurismo Coupe the ability to sprint from zero to sixty in under five seconds, and touch nearly 185mph at the top end. Double wishbone front suspension and multi-link rear suspension ensure the handling is up there too, and large ventilated disc brakes bring the beast to a sure-footed halt every time.
Car Location: Connecticut Blu Oceano Metallic Exterior Cuoio interior 4.7L V8 Engine Alcantara Headliner Contrast stitching 20" MC Design Shiny Titanium Alloy Wheels - staggered 20 x 8.5 front and 20 x 10.5 rear Trident Logo Embroidery Body color rear spoiler Black window trim Dual exhaust tips in Black
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