In 2001, Maserati replaced the 3200 GT with the 4200 GT/Coupe, which it then produced for six years. It’s been 11 years since the last Coupe rolled off the production line, and now is when German tuner, G&S Exclusive, has decided to grace us with a tuning package for it. Better late than never, we guess.
Surprisingly, G&S Exclusive decided to make the old 4200 GT model look like an even older model, or more specifically, the 3200 GT. The changes needed for the transformation included new rear lights, a new boot lid, a new rear fender with a powerful diffuser, and new side skirts that suitably connect the front and rear spoilers.
On right and left sides of the rear spoiler, the tuner put in polished 85 millimeter double-ended exhaust pipes from the Capristo exhaust system (EDS & MSD) with valve control back pressure control and remote control functionality. The car sits on a new set of 20" light alloy wheels combined with a KW Variant 3 sports suspension system with compression and rebound adjustment functionality.
The revised Maserati 4200 GT/Coupe was then painted in a "Lamborghini Gallardo Orange" 3-coat glaze paint with matte black parts serving as bold statements to the bright color scheme. For the interior, the tuner is offering a very cool black paint finish with different carbon fiber elements.
At Geneva Motor Show, Maserati will unveil the new GT that will go on sale in early 2008 at an estimated price of $110.000. The initial model will be a classic coupe but featuring the same rear seats from the 612 Scaglietti. Later, in 2009, a Spyder version it is also expected that will be a coupe-cabriolet with folding hardtop and only two seats.
The GT’s engine is based on the Ferrari’s 4.2-liter V-8, the same used in Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione. The engine range will include a 4.3 liter (...) > Full story
At the 2007 Geneva Motor Show, Maserati will unveil a replacement for the current Maserati Coupe/Spider. The GT will go on sale in early 2008 at an estimated price of $110.000. Maserati is considering the new GT a competitor for the Porsche’s latest 911 models and Mercedes SL.
Maserati is ready to reveal his new coupe.
There will be a 4-seater Coupé and a 2-seater Spyder, using the shortened floorpan of the Quattroporte.
The body design will be similar to that of the Quattroporte, and the introduction of the new model is scheduled for the Geneva Motor Show in 2007, but it might be show in close period of time.
For 2005 the high-performance, 4-seat Coupe joins the Maserati lineup alongside the 2-seat Spyder, which marked the Italian automaker’s return to the U.S. for the 2002 model year. Fiat took over ownership of Maserati in 1993, and in 1997 Fiat handed over total ownership and management of Maserati to Ferrari. The Maserati factory received a complete renovation, and in 1998 the company introduced the 3200 GT on which the Coupe is based.