We all know and good reputation that is reaping Alfieri Maserati with their cars. That re reflected in the current high demand and in his black numbers not stop rising, even forcing them to increase production of its factories. Whoever does good work is rewarded for it. It is true that being in the luxury segment has gone through the roof, but it was mainly thanks to the renewal of their models and the good work of his team of designers.
And this last I am going to talk about today, because from Maserati just confirmed the Alfieri Maserati 2016. Located one notch below the Gran Turismo coupe will come to stand up to the almighty Porsche 911, the villain of the class, the Jaguar F Type and even the new Mercedes AMG GT.
Starting from an adapted platform Ghibili and Quattroporte version will become the entry model so to speak, although its price is expected to depart from 75,780 euros. But of course, is Maserati, a luxury brand and distinction and that same hope their customers think of them to choose them from competition. Furthermore, this coupe will be a vital model for marcaque help achieve the goal of 75,000 units sold between all models in 2018.
Alfieri Maserati confirmed for 2016
But to achieve not only distinctive design details and a passionate needed. This helps a lot, sure, but the mechanical part is essential. We know that Maserati have spared either engine or power. Input on the hood will stay a V6 3.0 liter turbo with an output of 410CV transmitted to the rear wheels and being the basic version. But as it is necessary to have more powerful versions, also wheel-drive two options, one of 450CV and another that could reach 520CV will be offered.
Huge numbers, but if you get Maserati administer such power effectively, the Alfieri Maserati will become a beast for his rivals. If you are already fond of him, I apologize, because the Maserati Alfieri not is available until 2016 and if you prefer to shoot with hair in the wind even have to wait, because the cabriole version will have to wait another year and not see light until 2017.