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Since 1914, Maserati have been building luxury sports cars to an exclusive market.  Accommodating bespoke interiors, Maserati are renowned for building ultra-luxury performance vehicles with superior Italian styling and a signature sounding power plant.

With most models using Ferrari V8 engines, it is a perfect blend between luxury and sports performance.  The Ghibli however, is offered in a 3.0L turbo diesel and 3.0L twin turbo petrol variants.

New Maserati prices are more competitive than ever with the introduction of these new models starting from $139,900 plus on road costs.

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For more information on new Maserati prices visit the Maserati website or learn more below.

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History

Brothers Alfieri, Bindo, Ettore, Carlo and Ernesto founded the Italian luxury car manufacturer in 1914. They sold their shares of the company to Adolfo Orsi in 1937 but continued as engineers until the outbreak of World War 2. It has been owned by Fiat since 1993. After their 10 year contract with Orsi had concluded Ernesto, Ettore and Bindo founded Officine Specializzate Costruzioni Automobili – Fratelli Maserati SpA.

The first car manufactured by O.S.C.A. was the MT4 that had a 1092 cc engine and ran at 6000 rpm. It was first raced in the 1948 Grand Prix of Naples and was driven to victory by Luigi Villoresi. Maserati cars have won back-to-back victories at the Indianapolis 500, won the Targa Florio road race prior to World War 2 and the Formula One World Championship in 1957. Maserati cars placed 2nd at the Grand Prix of Switzerland in 1954 and set a new track record at the Grand Prix des Frontieres Chimay where they also got the checkered flag. Five Maserati cars were entered in the 1966 BRDC International motor race held at the Silverstone Circuit in England. Jo Bonnier came in 3rd and Jochen Rindt came in 5th.

Major Events

By the 1950s, Maserati was a racing legend, capping things off by winning the world championship in 1957 in the Maserati 250F. The car had a 2490 cc straight 6 cylinder engine, 4 or 5 speed manual transmission, using 50% methanol, 35% petrol and 10% acetone, 4% benzol and 1% castor oil. Maserati retired from factory racing after a 4.2-litre Ferrari traveling at 250 km/h blew a tire and crashed into the roadside crowd during the 1957 Mille Miglia. The driver, co-driver, five adults and five children were killed in the accident. Enzo Ferrari was charged with manslaughter but the case was finally dismissed in 1961. A 6 cylinder 3500 2+2 coupe featuring an aluminum body was produced in 1957. Next came the Sebring, launched in 1962, followed by the Mistral Coupe in ’63 and the Spyder in ’64. Maserati developed 15 GranTurismo MC racecars during its history.

Citroen bought Maserati in 1968 and new models were manufactured in ’69 and ’71. The Maserati Bora was the first mass-produced mid-engine car the company ever produced. The 1973 oil crises threw Citroen into bankruptcy but the Maserati side of the company was kept in business with government funds. An Argentinian race driver became managing director of the company in 1975. He arranged for a company he controlled to purchase the company from Citroen and install him as director. In 1992 Chrysler purchased part of Maserati but the company was acquired by Fiat in ’93. It was Chrysler’s turn to go bankrupt in 2011 and this time Fiat had majority control over their company. In 1997, Fiat Auto sold 50% of the company to Ferrari and it took full control of the company two years later. Maserati became Ferrari’s luxury division, bringing Maserati back from the brink of bankruptcy. Maserati was split from Ferrari and merged with Alfa Romeo under Fiat Auto in 2005. Two years later Maserati was making a profit for the first time in 17 years.

Going Forward

This year is the year where a new model known as the Ghibli will make its debut, and at a more affordable price that some of the more exotic models. The Ghibli will retail for around $65,000 and come with approximately 400 horsepower, all packed into a mid-size sedan. There are speculators saying that Ferrari may box a V8 into the model to give it an up stride on the competition, but people love to dream.

Other gains in the Maserati division surrounding future technology and advancements are the Diesel powered V6 that is in the Ghibli, as well as the start/stop functions that are built into the engine so that when the vehicle stops the engine does as well, making for more efficient city driving. Maserati seems to be planning great things, and only time will tell whether you get that car of your dreams or not!

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