Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale 2011Posted on Thursday, December 23rd, 2010 in MASERATI.
Inspired by the Trofeo Gran Turismo MC and GT4 racing model contest winner, the Maserati Gran Turismo MC schedule more power, weigh less, precise handling and a top speed exceeding 300 km / h. With 330kW (450 hp), which produces Maserati Gran Turismo MC schedule more power (7 kW, 10 PS) from 4.7 liter V8 engine from the GranTurismo S, while 510 Nm of torque is 20nm further improvements. Its race-bred heritage is highlighted by a 110kg weight saving of Gran Turismo S to 1770kg. This mirror Maserati excellence by maintaining an optimum 48: 52 weight distribution ensure balanced handling and even tire wear.
The Maserati GranTurismo MC schedule using electronic gearbox shift in time, advanced to cut the transmission transaxle Race Shift upgrading MC is driven by electric power only 60 milliseconds. All this helps the time / cut t sprint 0-100km, covering Maserati Gran Turismo MC schedule just 4.6 seconds.
The Maserati Gran Turismo Maserati MC Road Map is the first in the history of a particular race, which in addition to automatic mode and exercise in improving their simplified dashboard layout.
With the removal of the rear seat Maserati Gran Turismo MC Road Map, a two-seater Maserati MC12, the first since. Gran Turismo MC schedule also benefits from new brakes Brembo carbon-ceramic, custom-developed Pirelli tires, carbon fiber seat suspension and a unique layout of rigid, lightweight, racing.
With a unique body design with the requirements of the job is based, borrowed from the Maserati Gran Turismo MC Roadmap many of his stablemates racing, Maserati Gran Turismo MC, both in intent and GT4 Trophy. A new front splitter, bumper, hood, waiting tables, window frames, exhaust and new rear apron. To emphasize the hard-edged nature of the Maserati GranTurismo MC road map, Maserati and even offer a car with an optional roll cage and race four points ahead.
In this configuration would Maserati Gran Turismo MC schedule in February 2011, sold in all major markets except the United States, Canada and South Korea.Advertisements