Maserati Coupé Cambiocorsa and Coupé GT
At the heart of the Maserati Coupé’s design is the front-engine tradition of which Maserati has historically been one of the most authentic and authoritative proponents. This marque culture is perfectly expressed in the elegant lines and muscular stance of the all-Italian design developed by Italdesign- Giugiaro. The line of the Coupé’s stunning body was designed to allow two adults to sit comfortably in the rear seat without compromising the compact dimensions of a true thoroughbred sports car. The interiors of the Maserati Coupé consciously embody the craftsmanship and exclusivity both of the marque and the top-end GT concept.
This quality is evident in the leather trim, the use of other luxury materials and the stylish finish of the cabin as well as in the classic analogue instrumentation located in front of the driver. This is combined with the most modern on-board electronics and a very comprehensive range of occupant equipment. Alongside the traditional analogue instrumentation facing the driver, the Maserati Coupé also boasts the Maserati Info Centre, an integrated unit that controls the sound system with single CD player as standard, the on board computer, and the climate control system.
Without a doubt, however, it is the Coupé’s technology that sets it well and truly apart. Its most stunning features include a new 390 bhp 4.2-litre V8 engine design in lightweight alloy, a Transaxle transmission layout, the Cambiocorsa F1-style paddle shift, and special Skyhook suspension for automatic damping control. On request, the Info Centre can also include a GPS satellite navigation system, a GSM telephone module and a five-disc remote CD changer stowed in the boot. The boot has a maximum capacity of 315 litres, large enough to take two golf bags. The Cambiocorsa version is also available as an alternative to the Coupé GT and has an automatic mode.