History of Maserati
Maserati S.p.A. (Italian: [mazeˈraːti]) is an Italian luxury vehicle manufacturer. Established on 1 December 1914, in Bologna, Italy, the company's headquarters are now in Modena, and its emblem is a trident. The company has been owned by Stellantis since 2021. Maserati was initially associated with Ferrari. In May 2014, due to ambitious plans and product launches, Maserati sold a record of over 3,000 cars in one month. This caused them to increase production of the Quattroporte and Ghibli models. In addition to the Ghibli and Quattroporte, Maserati offers the Maserati GranTurismo and the Maserati Levante (the first ever Maserati SUV). Maserati has placed a production output cap at 75,000 vehicles globally.
Maserati Sport Victories and Racing
Throughout its history, Maserati has participated in various forms of motorsports including Formula One, sportscar racing and touring car racing, both as a works team and through private entrants. Notable drivers include Juan Manuel Fangio and Prince Bira of Siam.
Maserati developed fifteen GranTurismo MC racecars, homologated for the European Cup and National Endurance Series, one of which was raced by GT motorsport organization Cool Victory in Dubai in January, 2010.
On 10 January 2022, Maserati announced they would be joining Formula E in the 2022–23 season. They will become the first Italian Manufacturer in the series once they start competing.
Maserati has been making cars since 1910 an Italian Sports/Racing brand has been under the Stellantsis brand since 2021. Maserati makes unique eye-catching vehicles that can operate at eye-popping speeds. These vehicles have an aggressive sophisticated look, think batman's butler Alfred these vehicles may look classic and a little stuffy but watch out as they can most definitly hold their own in a race. The Maserati Grecale is the epitome of sophistication for the family outings away from the estate. The Ghibli has a top speed of 326 km/h with 580 horses under the hood, making it the speed enthusiast dream on the streets. The Levante Maserati's spin on an SUV also packs that 580 horses under its hood with a top speed of 302 km/h in an SUV! The next vehicle the original since 1963 is the epitome of elegant luxury with the same 508 horses that brings up to a whopping 326 km/h. The next up is an icon the Gran Turismo its not just a vehicle its a journey, an adventure waiting to happen at any moment. You don't just drive this vehicle it guides you unto your next enterprise with ease and comfort. If what you are looking for is a little more fast paced look no further then the Maserati M20 this beast of a machine sports a futuristic/aerodynamic looks that others will only have glimpse of as you race past them. Looking for a bit more wind in your hair as oyu fly by look no further then the M20 Cielo. Just like its aformentioned brother its all the same except they forgot the roof this time on purpose.