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Maserati Is Finally Replacing The GranTurismo Next Year: Report

Maserati’s Alfieri sports car has had a long and hard battle toward production. The company unveiled this concept in 2014 with a planned production date sometime in 2017 for the 2018 model year. It wasn’t supposed to supplant the already long-in-the-tooth GranTurismo and GranCabrio, but was supposed to live alongside…Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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It’s OK to Embrace the Fast Crossover

A few weeks ago BMW dropped the X3 M and X4 M: crossovers with up to 503 horsepower, a zero to 60 mph time in the low fours and all-wheel drive. And they were met with a good deal of derision from enthusiasts. “We are powerless to stop these,” we declared. Crossovers—considered inherently compromised—will branch…Read […]

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What Do You Want To Know About The Maserati Quattroporte?

If you want a big, luxurious, Big Beef Boy car, you’ve got plenty of options. Mercedes S-Class, BMW 7, Jaguar XJ, Audi A8, Lexus LS, and probably something else that I’ve evicted from my mind for being too boring. The Maserati Quattroporte is not too boring, however. Oh, not at all.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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A Visit to Italy’s Maserati Shrine and the Other, Lamer Ferrari Museum

I like museums as much as the next guy. Yes, even the ones with paintings of people who are most likely dead now and dinosaur skeletons. It’s a glimpse into artifacts from a bygone era and usually one of the few opportunities to see rare and exciting things. Sometimes they can be quite surprising, and […]

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The Jackpot Of Classic Italian Car Parts Is Headed To Auction

Recently, Bloomberg estimated that a 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO will sell for a vomit-inducing $45 million at auction. This is after another Ferrari 250 GTO sold in a private sale for an even more vomit-inducing $70 million. Pretend those owners will actually drive their cars. Pretend that a small collision happens. What…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Maserati Claims A Bonkers 0-60 MPH Time Of Under 2 Seconds For First Electric Car

Are you piping hot mad? Fiat Chrylser’s departing chief Sergio Marchionne said last summer that Maserati would lead the automaker’s way into the electric vehicle future, surely pissing off traditionalist fans of the brand. Now we have an idea of what that might look like: 0-60 sprint in under 2 seconds, and a top…Read more… […]

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Sergio Marchionne’s Reported Exit Plan For Fiat Chrysler: Less Fiat And Chrysler, More Jeeps

Ford announced last month that it’s phasing out small cars and now, probably not surprisingly it looks like Fiat Chrysler will take a similar path. Soon-to-retire CEO Sergio Marchionne apparently will cut down on the small cars and go in big on the large and luxurious ones. That means less Fiat and less Chrysler.Read more… […]

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