2014 Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale brings some major revisions from its predecessor, the 2011 MC Stradale. The Geneva Motor Show is likely to be the show the upcoming Stradale will make its next debut. This four-seater MC Stradale still continues the Italian Maserati’s formula on every aspect of the car’s construction, inside and outside the car, creating a perfect appearance of elegance, exotic, and sportiness into one single athletic, beautiful car. So, for those of you, either the speed-loving or elegance-adoring junkies out there, this car will fully address your every single requirement in terms of a perfect car.
On the outside, there’s no major changes seen, except it still clings to the MC Trofeo lineup’s appearance. The carbon fiber material is still the first material to come up when it comes to such a car, making it bloody ultralight to skyrocket on the road. The carbon fiber material can now also be found in the central air intake and the twin exhaust pipes. he 20-inch alloy wheels largely remain unchanged and the Brembo provides the premium braking system.
One of the Major revisions is hidden inside the 2014 Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale, where there are two additonal seaters to accommodate three more passengers experiencing the exclusive ride inside such a beautiful car. Two front seats are composed with carbon fiber material wrapped in premium padding with the Trident logo tailored into the headrest and seatbelts.
Another key revision is right under the hood of 2014 Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale where an upgraded 4.7-liter V8 engine producing up to 460 hp (the previous lineup got “only” 10 less ponnies). This brute energizer brings a significant top speed result of 188 mph.
The 2014 Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale face the rouh competition in the class. There are two forefront contenders along the way; Aston Martin Vantage S and Audi R8.
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