Maserati Reveals GranTurismo MC Centennial Editions in New York

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Continuing the celebrations which started with the Alfieri Concept in Geneva, Maserati is letting customers know about its 100-year anniversary with a car they can actually buy. This is the GranTurismo MC Centennial Edtion, launched by the Italia automaker in New York.
Perhaps it's not as interesting as the Alfieri or as new as the Alfa 4C making its debut in New York, but the MC Centennial is pretty cool. It's going to be available as a coupe or convertible in seven cool colors couple with special interiors.

The Magma Red coupe you can check out in the gallery below has a black leather cabin with a red, white and blue dash. The list of specials features includes a leather steering wheel with the same three-color theme and carbon fiber accents. A similar treatment can be seen on the Inchiostro Blue MC Convertible, which has a white leather interior with Santorini Blue inserts.

The range of Centenial Edition models is powered by a 454 HP, 4.7 liter V8, combined with a ZF 6-speed Automatic transmission. Sports-tuned suspension and dual-cast Brembo brakes take care of the chassis control.

"The GranTurismo MC Centennial range are vibrant offerings which reference the storied passion and romance of the Maserati tradition. Along with the Ghibli and Quattroporte sedans, which have found a welcome reception in the market, the sporty new GranTurismo MC Centennial Edition coupes and convertibles are for those who desire inspired automobiles.” commented Peter M. Grady, President and CEO of Maserati North America.
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