Maserati Considering A Successor For MC12

Posted: Aug 2 2016, 9:01am CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles


Maserati Considering a Successor for MC12
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Company might be on to release another limited model car.

Maserati is considering working on producing a low-volume model car in the coming year. The Boss of Maserati, Wester confirmed that automaker might go for a limited edition car but not yet. Maserati had released a limited edition car in the year 2004 by the name of MC12.

It was actually a re-bodied and redesigned version of Ferrari Enzo. The automaker only released a couple of units for this car and did not make any other model for it afterwards. This car was developed as a racing car thus giving a far higher price as compared to the regular models.

Maserati is current working on a new Alfa Romeo which will be a carbon fiber bodied 4C car. Earlier on Maserati had built a special limited edition Alfa 8C Competizone. This was pretty much related to the hardware which is specially designed by company. A staff of 1100 people are working on the project.

Earlier on the production of Maserati Levante was also announced. The company is also working on the concept of Ghibli and Quattroporte. Both of these cars are planned for this year.

Along with these Maserati is working on the designing of Gran Turismo, according to AutoCar. The auto maker had announced previously that Gran Turismo’s next model will come after the completion of ten years.

Maserati Boss Wester said that they are not going to repeat the old formula with this car but will work on the accelerating technology. He did not elaborate on any other questions being asked about the project.

Along with that one can see an increase in the price of vehicles by Maserati in the coming years too. According to Maserati, they have been told by many companies that they are selling their cars really cheap. Thus we might see a raise in price of these vehicles after all these years.

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