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2007 Maserati GS Zagato

2007 Maserati GS Zagato
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  • Maserati GS Zagato
  • Year:
    2007
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  • 0-60 time:
    4.9 sec.
  • Top Speed:
    177.1 mph

Going from drop-top to drop-jaw

While a six-figure automobile might be impressive to you and me, it takes much more than a string of zeroes to impress the wealthy. That’s where custom coachbuilders like Zagato come in, offering something the affluent tend to find far more attractive – exclusivity. Such is the case with this highly limited bespoke two-seater, dubbed the Maserati GS Zagato. Originally commissioned by Paolo Boffi, a heavyweight in the world of luxury furnishing and design, the GSZ is based on the Maserati GranSport Spyder, with styling cues taken from classic ‘50s and ‘60s gran tourers. Its all-aluminum body was handmade by Zagato, successfully trasforming the Maserati from contemporary convertible, to classic coupe.

According to Zagato, “This is the mission of a modern automobile atelier: to create timeless objects that celebrate prestigious models and brands and which, unlike mass produced vehicles, are destined to last for ever [sic].”

Sounds about right. While mechanically unaltered over the factory-spec GranSport Spyder, the exterior of the GSZ is a visual tour-de-force, happily marrying traditional Italian sports car inspiration with modern-day underpinnings.

Continue reading to learn more about the 2007 Maserati GS Zagato.

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2007 Maserati GS Zagato

2007 Maserati GS Zagato

Going from drop-top to drop-jaw

While a six-figure automobile might be impressive to you and me, it takes much more than a string of zeroes to impress the wealthy. That’s where custom coachbuilders like Zagato come in, offering something the affluent tend to find far more attractive – exclusivity. Such is the case with this highly limited bespoke two-seater, dubbed the Maserati GS Zagato. Originally commissioned by Paolo Boffi, a heavyweight in the world of luxury furnishing and design, the GSZ is based on the Maserati GranSport Spyder, with styling cues taken from classic ‘50s and ‘60s gran tourers. Its all-aluminum body was handmade by Zagato, successfully trasforming the Maserati from contemporary convertible, to classic coupe.

According to Zagato, “This is the mission of a modern automobile atelier: to create timeless objects that celebrate prestigious models and brands and which, unlike mass produced vehicles, are destined to last for ever [sic].”

Sounds about right. While mechanically unaltered over the factory-spec GranSport Spyder, the exterior of the GSZ is a visual tour-de-force, happily marrying traditional Italian sports car inspiration with modern-day underpinnings.

Continue reading to learn more about the 2007 Maserati GS Zagato.

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