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1955 Maserati A6GCS/53 Frua Spyder

After a singularly determined restoration, this Maserati A6GCS by Frua won Best of Show at the 2023 Concours of Elegance. James Elliott drives a super-rare 1950s deity.

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1961 Maserati 3500 GT Spyder Vignale vs. 1965 Maserati Mistral 3700 Spyder

The Maserati 3500 GT Spyder Vignale and Mistral Spyder embody Italian grandeur in its most beautiful form – and could hardly be more different.

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1982 Maserati Kyalami

Alejandro de Tomaso rescued Maserati from the wreckage of the Fuel Crisis and based the new Ky alarm on a car of his own marque. Richard Heseltine says the surgery worked.

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DOMINIC JAMES
'I'm an avid horse photographer and couldn't help but get excited when asked to photograph the Maserati Kyalami and all its 280 horsepower - what a beast of a carl I particularly loved its beautiful engine bay, so clean and superbly detailed yet such a powerful V8.’
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2023 Maserati Grecale Trofeo

Have you ever wondered what influences automakers to choose the names for their different vehicles? In Maserati’s case, many of their creations are inspired by wind. For example, their newest sport utility vehicle is named Grecale and refers to a strong, cool, northeasterly Mediterranean wind that blows off the coast of southern Malta. What’s in a name, you ask? It turns out there is a lot more than many of us think.

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1957 Maserati 450S

Even Stirling Moss was wary of the Maserati 450S. So Marc Sonnery takes the wheel of this car with a due sense of trepidation.

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1956 Maserati A6G/54 Zagato

The Maserati A6G/54 is a thinly disguised racer with just enough civility for the road – beautifully wrapped in ultra-lightweight Zagato bodywork. Peter Tomalin is treated to a rare thrill.

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1992 Maserati Ghibli 2.8 GT Auto Tipo AM336 vs. Ghibli Open Cup Tipo AM336 and Ghibli II Cup Tipo AM336

The final iteration of the Biturbo family – the Ghibli II Tipo AM336 – was launched 30 years ago. While it blew through the 1990s with plenty of praise, it breezed over most people’s heads. Today, we investigate how it’s going down a storm with a new generation of enthusiasts.

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Maserati’s glorious past, present and future

Who are you going to call when you need a Maserati-literate writer also able to beast an MC20 on track? Ben Barry, obviously.

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1971 Maserati Bora Tipo AM117 vs. 2023 Maserati MC20 Tipo M240

Not all supercars have to be hard work and feel brash. So says Maserati, whose MC20 picks up the mid-engined reins from the 1971 Bora as a usable, liveable and above all likeable supercar.

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El Maestro’s 1956 Maserati 300S driven by Juan Manuel Fangio

The Maserati 300S driven to sports car victories by Juan Manuel Fangio is a rush of racing history restored to its original, long-nose glory.

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2023 Maserati Grecale HYBRID - Pre-production prototype test drive

We bag an early drive in a Maserati Grecale prototype and discover why Porsche’s Macan has a fight on its hands

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Alfa Romeo SZ vs. Lancia Delta HF integrale or Maserati Ghibli Cup

The battle is on between three cars that exemplify the pinnacle of Italian competition breeding in the 1990s. Which one – Alfa Romeo SZ, Lancia Delta HF integrale or Maserati Ghibli Cup – wins our hearts?

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2023 Maserati MC20

Mighty MC20 Maserati Tuscan Test. Maserati’s carbon chassis MC20 is one of our most anticipated cars this year. We head into the Tuscan hills to find out whether the all-new Trident pierces the skin of its supercar rivals.

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Maserati’s misunderstood Biturbo at 40: Giant Test

Was the Biturbo the biggest mistake Maserati ever made – or a superbly useable exotic that saved the company? As the Biturbo turns 40 years old, we reassess its legacy via four very different versions

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1971 Maserati Bora

Maserati has not been the only automotive manufacturer to appropriate the names of winds for some of its cars, but the quartet of Maserati GTs from the 1960s and 1970s, were more deserving of the implication ‘goes like the wind’ than some others – the Lincoln and Ford Zephyrs, the Holden Camira and even the Volkswagen Scirocco (with its gratuitous additional ‘c’ after the capital S) all come to mind.

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