Question: How do you say “Bitchin!” in Italian?
Say it with me: “Maserati”.
For your consideration, one of the greats of the mid-2000s supercars: the Maserati Gransport Cambiocorsa.
This example is finished in silver “Grigio”.
The Gransport is the ultimate iteration of the Maserati Coupe Cambiocorsa, and has a Ferrari-manufactured 400hp 4.2L V8. This version was retuned for quicker shifts from the F1 transmission, lighter and more aerodynamic exterior components and an active exhaust system with a delightful growling note on startup and higher revs. The Gransport sits a bit lower, and on large 19” Trofeo alloys.
The interior is a lovely black leather with factory carbon fiber components and accents. The steering wheel is hollow carbon fiber and has to be the best steering wheel I’ve used in any car. I am also a fan of the headliner, which is a quilted leather.
The ride is comfortable, not bone-rattling like the Ferraris that shared the same engine and transmission, but it is still sporty. It’s likely the driver will have the most fun, but passengers won’t complain.
It is worth noting that this car is a 2006- the final year of production, reaching its ultimate Gransport iteration. Still, it is an Italian tourer originally designed in 2002. This car is about motoring, in a classical sense. It’s a high-revving, RWD, high strung, V8-powered beast. It is NOT a modern, high production car. Please note:
The F1 transmission is a manual with an automatic clutch. You do not need to know how to drive stick to operate it, but it works best when you use the paddles to change gear and drivers who can operate a manual will have the best experience with it.
There is traction control, but it will not save you if make a dumb move. Enjoy within your limits. This car has 400 horsepower, all going to the rear wheels.
Myself or an assistant will be MORE than happy to ride around the block with you as an orientation.
This listing is intended to get more people behind the wheel of their very own Italian supercar for under $100 a DAY. This is normally unheard of, but it is made possible thanks to Turo- and because this car is older. You will notice some wear and tear in the interior. You may notice the colors on the badges are faded. However, I keep this car maintained to a high standard. You can participate in this by being respectful. Abuse and ignorance is expensive. I would love to keep her going and available to enthusiasts well past 100k. Please, in your booking, indicate that you have good intentions and you’ll help me sleep at night knowing that my Maserati will be in good hands.
Is this the ride for you? Could be just the thing! But if not, consider checking my profile out for something that better fits your needs. My company hand-selects a variety of different and special cars. I suggest seeing what is available, if you want the high performance with no compromises on modern amenities and cutting edge driving assists.