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Mansory Maserati GranTurismo


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The well known world-wide tuning firm Mansory, has released these pictures of the Maserati GranTurismo package. Also for the GranTurismo S, this upgrade program features both performance and styling improvements, and is the first Maserati kit from the Mansory tuners. At the exterior level, a complete body kit was installed, made from carbon fiber and includes a new front fascia, lip spoiler, side skirts, trunk lid spoiler, rear bumper, and integrated rear diffuser. A new exhaust system was fitted with the diffuser, and then Mansory installed a new hood with front air scoops. Mansory performance tuning came next with the Maserati Gran Turismo.

For better handling, a new set of springs were hooked up to drop the car 30 mm closer to the ground, while Mansory added their exclusively designed forged wheel package. The new rims even match the body of the car with black and orange accents, which come wrapped in high performance tires measuring 255/30ZR20 in the front, and 305/30ZR21 at the rear.

Under the hood, the Mansory engineers upgraded and recalibrated the cars ECU, installed a new high flow air filter, and a sport exhaust system. This resulted in an increase of power by 30 PS and 40 Nm of torque, boosting the total output to 435 PS and 460 Nm of torque for the GranTurismo. The GranTurismo S model boasts even larger numbers of 470 PS and 490 Nm of torque. Inside the custom Maserati you will find new upholstery, checkered stitching, aluminum pedals, an aftermarket steering wheel, and other elements to make it more attractive to potential customers.

[Source: luxatic]

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