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The Maserati GranTurismo, although a little dated, is the embodiment of automotive perfection. Untouched for the most part since 2007, its timeless design and throaty exhaust note turn heads to this very day.
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Following its international launch at the recently held Geneva International Motor Show, the Maserati GranTurismo Special Edition, whose production run is limited to just 400 units, has made its way to select showrooms across the country.
“The UAE is one of the few Middle East markets, which is able to present a small number of units of this limited edition GranTurismo car to our Maserati aficionados. It is a rare opportunity to own a car with a classic design and now in a distinctive color,” said Hossam Hosni, Vice President – Maserati at Al Tayer Motors.
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Following in the footsteps of the 3500 GT – Maserati’s first Grand Touring car – the Special Edition is based on the GranTurismo and GranCabrio models, and welcomes a new Rosso Italiano three-layer paint for the exterior, MC-design 20-inch alloys, and an interior that welcomes a combination of leather and Alcantara.
Prominent details include carbon fiber doorsills with a Special Edition logo, unique wheel center caps marking the model’s sixtieth anniversary, a central air intake along the carbon fiber hood, and a dedicate plate on the central tunnel with a carbon fiber holder. With just three units in the UAE, the Maserati GranTurismo Special Edition retails for an extremely justifiable AED 510,000.