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2011 Maserati GranTurismo Project Deathbolt by SR Auto Group

Anytime we see a tuning package from SR Auto Group, we know that we are going to be in for quite a treat, but their latest tuning package is a little on the boring side. The American tuner has chosen to perk up the Maserati GranTurismo with a package called Project Deathbolt. The name may have been chosen for its intimidation factor, but this package is anything but.

SR Auto Group developed Project Deathbolt in cooperation with PUR Wheels who have measured out the perfect fitment to create the package’s defining stance. The team picked out a stunning effective split five spoke design set of wheels finished in a gloss black paint to tie in all of the black lower valences. Combined with a pure white exterior paint job, these black wheels are the stars of the show, but that’s an easy task to accomplish when nothing else was added.

Project Deathbolt will still be powered by the Maserati’s standard 4.2 liter V8 engine developing 405 HP and 339 lb-ft of torque which means customers will still get from 0-60 mph in 5.1 seconds with a top speed of 177 mph.

We still think SR Auto Group is a killer tuning firm, but if you need a reminder, just check out their Project Megalith based on the Ferrari 599 GTB .




6 comments:

To be honest I’m not impressed with it, I must say that I still prepared the previous and the original looks of it. Anyway, I’m still glad that it still had an impressive engine.

It is really oozing with angst! I’m so impressed with the front mounted of its bumper, it looks cool on that. Moreover, the engine specification is already satisfying for this kind of vehicle.

Its front is really like a face of a dog! smiley Anyway, it looks so cute on that, and it is already awesome on its white body paint. I’m also glad that they justify the fact that it is a sports car.

I love the sharpness of its front! smiley Anyway, I have to agree that it is quite looking so awesome with its decent body paint, and I’m already satisfied with the power output that its engine can deliver.

I just noticed that the wheels that this car had seemed lousy but as for the looks of it, I must say that I’m impressed with the aggressiveness of it and the engine that it had is quite impressive either.

As for the new appearance of this GranTurismo, to be honest I’m not impressed with it, I must say that I still prepared the previous and the original looks of it. Anyway, I’m still glad that it still had an impressive engine.

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