Spotlight: Maserati MC12 Corse Up for Auction

Not every day does a Maserati MC12 pop up for sale, and it’s even rarer to see the track-only MC12 Corse available for purchase.

By Justin Cornelison | January 11, 2023
Beautiful Form Following Function: How The Maserati MC12 Was Designed

World-renowned car designed Frank Stephenson has a YouTube channel, and it’s a treasure trove of fun facts for us car nerds. One car he designed that’s especially near and dear to our hearts is the low-production, homologated sibling to the Ferrari Enzo: the Maserati MC12.

By Peter Nelson | July 22, 2020
Maserati Tipo 60, Debut And Victory At Rouen On July 12, 1959

On 12 July 1959, the Maserati Tipo 60 “Birdcage”, with the 30 year old Stirling Moss at the wheel, made its race debut in the Sport category at Rouen. The Tipo 60 recorded its first win, defeating two Lotus 15 cars and getting the fastest lap in 2.28.5 at an average speed of 158.594 km / h.

By Guest Contributor | July 13, 2019
Geneva 2014: Maserati Alfieri Concept

Now on the market for seven years, the GranTurismo has stood as Maserati’s halo car, and their only two-door model. While the GT has certainly been well received – and for good reason – there’s a strong argument to made that it’s starting to show its age. And it would appear that Maserati is also aware of that, as at this week’s Geneva Motor Show they unveiled the Alfieri Concept, a sport coupe which could very well be an early iteration of the next GranTurismo.

By Winding Road Staff | March 05, 2014
Video: Rare Vintage Maserati Rolls Into Jay Leno’s Garage

It’s not everyday we get the opportunity to extensively ogle a Pebble Beach winning vintage Italian sportscar that’s more scarce than a Maserati Zagato. That’s why when Jonathan Segal dropped by Jay Leno’s garage with this incredible example of a 1956 Maserati A6G-2000 Allemano, we definitely took notice.

By Bradley Iger | November 27, 2013
Frankfurt 2013: Maserati Quattroporte Ermenegildo Zegna Limited Edition

Maserati has introduced a limited edition concept version of the Quattroporte by Ermenegildo Zegna which “blends the classical and the contemporary.” It is meant to preview a limited edition production version. The Zegna edition uses color schemes, materials, and finish to create a unique and special version of the Quattroporte.

By John Beltz Snyder | September 13, 2013
Alfa Romeo Details 4C Assembly Ahead Of Launch

Alfa Romeo, and the rest of the car-loving world, is excited about the upcoming Alfa Romeo 4C. Ahead of the car’s release, the company has detailed the production information for the new supercar.

By John Beltz Snyder | June 13, 2013
Maserati Unveils Four-Seat MC Stradale

Formerly limited to just two passengers, Maserati has seen fit to unveil a four-seat Stradale ahead of the Geneva Motor Show. Maserati also promises some tweaked interior materials and styles for Stradale two-plus-two.

By Brandon Turkus | February 28, 2013
Maserati Quattroporte Getting Turbocharged For 2013

We recently learned how the next generation Maserati Quattroporte is going to look, and we genuinely like what we see. And with a recent report out on Auto Edizione, we now know what will be powering Maserati’s big luxury sedan—turbochargers.

By Doran Dal Pra | November 19, 2012
Detroit Preview: 2013 Maserati Quattroporte

Maserati has released pictures of its new Quattroporte sedan ahead of its official debut at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

By John Beltz Snyder | November 07, 2012
Rumors: Industry Report—New Ferrari Engines Imminent

According to a new report from Motori Online, Ferrari is in the process of creating several new engines that will appear under the hoods of new vehicles from Lancia, Maserati, and Alfa Romeo.

By Doran Dal Pra | June 04, 2012
List: Our Ten Favorite Zagatos

With Aston Martin’s debut of the 2013 V12 Zagato, the editors got to thinking about their favorite cars from the famed Italian coachbuilder were. Here, we’ve selected ten of the finest, ranging from a 1934 open-topped racer to a one-off V-12 Berlinetta. Be sure to tell us about your favorite Zagato down in the comments.

By Peter Nelson | February 09, 2012
Detroit 2012: Maserati Kubang’s North American Debut

We’ve already seen Maserati’s Kubang SUV concept in Frankfurt, but today it showed up on American soil for the first time. We were on hand to take pictures of the Kubang live in Detroit.

By John Beltz Snyder | January 10, 2012
Frankfurt 2011: Frankfurt Auto Show Wrap-Up

As quickly as it began, the first media day of the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show is over. This year’s show featured no shortage of concept cars, including one designed by a racecar driver. As for production metal, there seemed to be something for everyone: exotics, hybrids, station wagons, SUVs, GTs, and sports cars were all well represented at this years show.

By Brandon Turkus | September 13, 2011
Frankfurt 2011: Maserati Kubang

Maserati has revealed its sport luxury SUV concept to preview a new chunk of its model range. Using its sister company Jeep as a jumping-off point, Maserati promises that the Kubang will capture the essence of the Trident, and will feature Maserati style, performance, and craftsmanship.

By John Beltz Snyder | September 13, 2011
Forgotten Racing Heroes: Mike Hawthorn

Known as the “Farnham Flyer”, Mike Hawthorn was an impressive Formula 1 driver with a tumultuous racing career. Born in April 1929, into a family of racing enthusiasts, his passion for driving was fueled by his father, who ran a garage near the Brooklands circuit in Farnham, Surrey where they modified and primed cars and motorcycles for racing.

By Natasha Colah | November 18, 2010
First Look: 2011 Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale

A sure-fire way to eek more performance out of a car is to cut the weight, and pile on the horsepower. Maserati has done just that with the stunning GranTurismo, creating the MC Stradale, the most powerful and hardcore Maserati available.

By Brandon Turkus | September 20, 2010
Fernando Alonso Beats Us To Maserati GranCabrio

Because he can’t drive F10 every day, Bahrain GP winner Fernando Alonso has selected a fine Maserati GranCabrio for himself, in the color of Grigio Granito.

By John Beltz Snyder | March 18, 2010
List: The Ten Most Beautiful Cars Of The Decade

As 2009 comes to a close, we’ve been reflecting on the many cars that have stood out over the past decade. And though many cars are revered for their great levels of performance or their overall presence in the automotive marketplace, a car’s design is easily the most recognizable trait that lingers in our minds. Here, we present to you, the most beautiful cars of the last decade.

By Jeff Sexton | December 22, 2009
First Look: 2011 Maserati GranCabrio

We love the Maserati GranTurismo. We love convertibles. So then, it’s pretty safe to assume that this new car — the Maserati GranCabrio — will find its affection amongst our staff, as well.

By Steven J. Ewing | August 24, 2009
Driven: 2008 Maserati Quattroporte

We at Winding Road and NextAutos frequently get the chance to sample luxury offerings from Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, et cetera. And while all of those German manufacturers make wonderful vehicles, it’s a rare occasion that some Italian blood works its way into our test fleet. Our Maserati Quattroporte test car proved to be a sporty, elegant cruiser, and can turn heads in a way that none of the German automakers can.

By Winding Road Staff | August 08, 2008


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