The Maserati Company is a sports-automotive company, the firm core of which is anchored in the racing car industry and which wishes to continue in the Maserati factory legacy in the foreseeable future. The Maserati marque was established by Alfieri Maserati, who officially applied for a licence for his newly opened workshop, slightly unusually called "Officine Alfieri Maserati", on 1 December 1914.
This deluxe vehicle is more than simply modernisation of the A6 GCS. Its creators essentially followed the idea of having a less complicated concept, a more compact and aggressive model. The Alfieri concept was designed by Lorenzo Ramaciotti, the head of the Centro Stile Studio in Turin and subsequently completed under the direction of Marco Tencone. They both simultaneously admit: “We do not have the recipe for making cars. It is always a new adventure, like a new journey to an unknown country. The only thing we knew was that we wanted to make a sporting vehicle." Marco Tencone
Did something on the car capture your attention at first glance? We were immediately fascinated by the deep radiator grille below the front bonnet, which has an interesting design and looks as if protrudes out of the dark space behind it or hovers above it. The vehicle also caught our attention with its quite unusual shape and rounded curves. Let’s look at the interior. The deluxe leather seats, a gear stick and dials carved out of solid aluminium blocks, the blue-backlit instrument panel and the beautiful steering wheel, with the Maserati logo of course, are exclusive elements.
The car was built in honour of the founder Alfieri Maserati and you can find a unique element on the rear of the vehicle - Alfieri’s personal signature, in the same blue colour as his signature when he established the company.
It would be wonderful to drive a car like this!