It’s been a while since we’ve seen a Maserati GranTurismo tuning package hit the market, this time DMC has a new kit for the convertible GranCabrio series. They have hooked it up with several styling parts consisting of a new front bumper with lip spoiler, side skirts and rear diffuser all made from carbon fiber. Additional exterior modifications include the new 20-inch rims to go along with a suspension upgrade that gives the car a more aggressive stance.
The tuning company G&S Exclusive based in Albstadt, Germany has released this bright orange Maserati 4200 GT Cambiocorsa project. They’re calling it the Evo, and have added some new styling upgrades to the small sports car. Up front, a new bumper holds a newer Maserati GranTurismo grille, along with new fog lights, parking lights and blinkers. The hood was swapped out with an aftermarket unit, while the back-end is actually from a Maserati 3200 GT, since many people disliked the new 4200 rear end that replaced it in 2001.
Put on your sunglasses for this bright yellow paint job, however I’d still rock it since it is a Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale. This is the lighter and more sophisticated Maserati GT since it features a few upgrades the original never saw. Novitec and their Tridente division for tuning Maserati sports cars stepped up to the plate with the 4.7-liter Ferrari engine, hooking it up with a new supercharger and several other goodies.
Tuner Anderson Germany always seems to turn out nice performance packages, this time for the Maserati GranTurismo S. The German tuning firm has created their own custom line of styling and performance enhancements with the label ‘Superior Black Edition’ for those looking to purchase. On the exterior is a sexy matte black coating to protect the body along with gloss black trim details. Many carbon fiber parts can be found throughout this tuning job, from the fender vents to the carbon fiber mirrors, and even the rear carbon fiber duck lip. Smoked out taillights and a unique grille that surrounds the exhaust pipes bring out the extra stunning look of the Maserati GranTurismo S.
The German tuning company DMC has released this custom version of the new Maserati GranTurismo called the Sovrano 2011. We love this blue color for the exterior, and under the hood you will find a new supercharger along with an ECU tune to boost the 4.7-liter V8 powerplant to 590 PS and 472 Nm of torque. This is an upgrade of 150 PS and 82 Nm of torque over the factory Maserati GT. Styling for the unqiue Maserati consists of a carbon fiber aero kit, featuring a new front bumper with lip spoiler, wide side skirts, boot-lid spoiler, and a rear diffuser for an extra aggressive look.
If you own a Maserati Quattroporte and are looking for improvements, then turn to the German Maserati tuning company MR Car Design for their latest package. It includes both performance upgrades and a new set of wheels to give your Maserati a unique look and feel. The tuners were able to customize the Maserati 4.2-liter V8 engine software and added a new exhaust system as well. The result is a power increase of 30 horsepower along with 29 extra Nm of torque, bringing the total output to 430 HP and 480 Nm of torque. The only cosmetic modification to the Maserati Quattroporte is the new 22-inch Vossen alloy rims wrapped in high performance tires measuring 245/30R22 up front, and 295/25R22 at the rear. Finally, a set of H&R springs, new 15 mm spacers for the rear, tinted windows all around, and custom tail pipe designs round out the Maserati Quattroporte kit.
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.
The German tuners from Novitec Tridente have released a new styling and performance package for the Maserati Quattroporte S and Sport GT S. With the addition of their new compressor technology, they were able to boost the power output to 590 hp with a peak torque rating of 572 Nm. Additionally, the styling and driving dynamics were improved on the Maserati. First, Novitec adapted a cogged-belt-driven mechanical charger on the 4.7-liter engine, then limited the boost to 0.35 bar. Keeping it cool in the engine bay is a water-to-air intercooler setup with its own dedicated water circulation system. Now that’s some high tech stuff for a boosted sports car! The Novitec Maserati Quattroporte S was rounded out with a custom intake manifold and larger injectors to complete the performance tuning.
Prior Design has released this new package for the 2002-2007 Maserati coupe models, also known as the 4200GT. The German tuning company wanted to give the Maserati a fresh look with a new aero kit. They designed a new front bumper available for 1,400 euro, a rear bumper with integrated diffuser for 1,400 euro, and redesigned side skirts for an additional 900 euro. Even though the 390 hp Maserati 4200GT coupe has been out production for a few years now, it never hurts to improve the cars styling with high quality parts.
The Maserati GranTurismo is one of the most elegant and aggressive cars in the world. With a smooth bodywork and a powerful engine that sounds like it could blow the door off the competition this car received a new tuning package from US based Elite Carbon. They made a special body kit that features side skirts made from carbon fiber with carbon undersides, a stunning new front bumper with a full carbon lip and brake intakes. For the rear side of the car, they installed a new spoiler and new diffuser, also made from carbon fiber. The body kit was perfectly designed to improve the car’s aerodynamics and to boost it’s performances.
The first ever 320 km/h Maserati was not too powerful for the german tuning company Edo Competition and that’s why they started to modify this lovely italian sport car. They created a special performance tuning kit that will boost this car’s engine power to 800 HP at 8,500 rpm. They added 170 HP to the car’s initial power and now this Maserati is an incredible racing car that will accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.2 seconds and in 19 seconds it could reach a speed of 300 km/h. The 6.3L engine has received a lot of improvements: new valve springs, connecting rods, high performance cooling pipes, air filters and other elements that make it reach an astronomic level of power. The car has a maximum speed of 390 km/h now (around 242 mph). But the performance improvements continued with installing new exhaust system, ceramic brakes, suspension system and they also reduced the car’s weight with 100 kg.