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2012 Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale "Pronto" by Wheelsandmore

Wheelsandmore isn’t the type to obsess over building ridiculous body kits for their aftermarket programs. Instead of that, they’ve taken the time to adhere to a tried-and-tested formula: focus strictly on the engine.

That doesn’t appear to change now that the German tuner has revealed their latest program for the Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale . The program is called "Pronto," which translates to "ready" in English. Well, judging by what they did to the this Italian supercar, it sure appears to be ready to take on all interested buyers.

Before diving into the performance modifications, it’s important to note that Wheelsandmore also paid careful attention in fitting the GranTurismo MC Stradale with a brand-spankin’ new set of 21" ultralight 6Sportz2 forged wheels while wrapping it in Pirelli P Zero Nero tires. From there, Wheelsandmore also improved the car’s compression and rebound adjustable coilover suspension.

Then there’s the main event upgrade that comes in the form of a new hand-made exhaust system and an ECU modification. The resulting modification increases the GranTurismo MC Stradale’s 4.7 liter V8 output to 480 ponies and 406 lb/ft of torque, an improvement of 30 horsepower and 30 lb/ft of torque from the standard model.


23 comments:

The wheels really caught my attention. Though it’s not really a muscle car, the wheels speaks that this car has got what it takes to win races.

I have seen a lot of automotive with disproportional built; however, this is different. Most of them have big figures with small wheels, but this has big striking wheels and a small sexy figure.

I should just wait for its full details. I’ll never be one of the lucky buyers as I don’t even have money for a Maserati GT.

No money will be wasted on this Pronto. The sporty exterior design of Maserati is finally achieved. Well, thanks to their wheels and grille that will surely hook you.

I like the combination of red and place for this car is fitted for this car.

It’s great because of the front bumper and the wheels that is so attractive to the buyer.

Do wheel rims from the old times really look like those? They’re very fancy! I can’t even find the right words to describe this car. Pronto got new stance on that forged wheels.

Those wheels look like created by Vorsteiner. It’s good to know that wheelsandmore is behind on these sudden changes on Pronto.

It received more defined and refined look with the exterior paint and striking colors.

I guess the strong appearance is a plus. Wheels are striking and impressed by wheelsandmore.

It encompasses both strong sporty and stronger stance.

The forged wheels and red lining on headlamps are great features of this Pronto.

Those wheels are from Pronto only. If this kind of rims were presented before on Maserati Quattroporte, it might garner the same attention it has right now on this Pronto.

When will they create a four-seater Maserati? Just like Lamborghini plans on their future Aventador, Gallardo, and Murcielago.

@aaron lexus: It’s the trademark of the Maserati. Have you seen the GT Sport? It’s better than this Pronto.

All I can say is wow. Just by looking at it’s design, you can see how great it is.

I don’t like this car because of its bumper, and it is just suitable for two people.

What is that red lining in the head lamps? I ca only give one word on this Pronto—amazing.

It has improved its compression and rebound adjustable coil over suspension.

Pronto makes a difference on all the Maserati models. I hope that this model can be customized its interior for features and other gadgets.

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