Maserati GranSport

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The Maserati GranSport is available as a four-seat coupe and convertible two-seater known as the Spyder. The Maserati GranSport standard features of dual power seats with driver memory, the automatic climate control, the power tilt and telescoping steering wheel, and the alarm system. Setting the Maserati GranSport Coupe apart from the standard are a lowered suspension, 19-inch wheels, mesh grille, aerodynamic tweaks, aluminum pedals and a steering wheel wrapped in leather and carbon fiber. The GranSport Spyder features the same improvements based on Spyder discontinued last year and has an interior trimmed in leather and fabric “technical” decorating the script too. The Maserati GranSport LE themed luxury coupe features a high-power audio system with CD changer, xenon headlights, heated front seats, brake calipers red and Skyhook active suspension. Many features are available to LE letter for the Coupe and GranSport Spyder. Also of some importance is the buyer’s ability to customize your car GranSport with a multitude of combinations of interior finishes, as well as being able to choose unique exterior paint colors outside the range. Maserati supports their cars with a four-year/50 000 miles warranty.

Maserati GranSport Interior

Work in beautiful leather is as Italian as cannoli. The Maserati GranSport shows its heritage in fine leather and impeccable craftsmanship. A dip in the center of the board echo signature Maserati grill is made, and the various controls are much easier to use compared with past maser. With a high power automatically disappears under a rigid cover, enjoying the outdoors GranSport Spyder is a breeze.

Maserati GranSport Engine

The Maserati GranSport 4.2-liter V8 borrowed from Ferrari sends 400 horsepower and 333 torque to the rear wheels of the GranSport foot-pounds. All that power is sent to the rear wheels through a style F1 automated clutch gearbox six-speed (called “Cambiocorsa” – Italian for “gearbox Race”) that is shifted via paddles next to wheel. No box traditional manual transmission is available for the GranSport. The Maserati  Cambiocorsa offers four modes: “Normal”, “Sport”, “Auto” and “low adhesion”. In Normal and Sport, the transmission shifts aggressively; even in Sport mode. In Auto, the car moves automatically. In Low Grip, smoother starts are insured for driving low-traction surfaces. According to Maserati, the GranSport hit 60 mph in less than five seconds, while top speed is 180 mph.

Maserati GranSport Safety

In addition to the equipment required by the government, the GranSport comes with antilock brakes, traction control, side airbags and stability control as standard equipment.

Maserati GranSport V8

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