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Maserati GranTurismo Turned Superior Black by Anderson Germany

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Specialized in making playful sportscars look menacing after receiving one of their special treatments, German car tuner Anderson Germany seems to be seeing a dark knight in every four-wheeled creature.Take for example their latest package for the Maserati GranTurismo S.

Now dubbed, Superior Black Edition, this incarnation comes with various visual modifications, but a performance enhancement is also available.

Taking it one step at a time, the tuning specialists have chose to cover the GranTurismo S in a silky matt coating, while the rests of the elements, like the headlights and tail lamps, window frames, front grill and rear logo have also received a darkening treatment.

In addition, also as part of the Superior Black Edition from Anderson Germany, the supercar gets a set of glossy black rims and a pair of sportier looking aprons. The Maserati GranTurismo package is rounded off by a few carbon fiber components, which include the exterior mirrors, the tailgate, the roof ledges and the lateral air inlets.

The tuners have also decided to enhance the rear of the car, which no looks more aggressive due to the new central exhaust system featuring remote controlled valves. This adds some extra 12 horsepower to the car's output. But the performance updates don’t end here, as the Anderson Germany Maserati GranTurismo has also been fitted with racing cats and had its ECU remapped, which resulted in an increase from 440 to 492 horsepower.

Inside the car, various carbon components are available, accompanied with black leather combined with Alcantara and contrasting red stitching.

 
 
 
 
 

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