Designed by Pietro Frua, this car was Maserati’s first with 4-doors and therefore named Quattro Porte (4-doors, in Italian).
Since 1926, Carrozzeria Touring has been making exclusive coaches and designing cars for their exclusive clients. The firm became more famous after its founder Felice Bianchi Anderloni devised a method to construct cars with the help of a structural frame which consisted of small diameter tubes that enforced not only rigidity to the structure but also allowed the flexibility to design any shape. Called Superleggera, this name was incorporated by the owner’s son, and today the firm is called Touring Superleggara.
A 5-door luxury “shooting brake” car designed by Louis de Fabribeckers, this fastback^ model is known as Bellagio (named after a town in Italy). Out of the first four cars made and delivered in 2008, one was specially made for motorcycle brand, Ducati’s Dr. Carlo Bonomi (investor) who wanted this car for his large estate.
With a 4.2 litre V8 engine this car that gave a power output of 395 hp has a 6-speed automatic transmission. Inside the car there are tilting rear seats (for storing extra luggage), a dog barrier net, concealed compartment at the rear to store two shotguns and also a small refrigerator.
Exclusively made for bespoke clients, only 25 numbers in total will be made (the 2021 models are powerful with a 4.7 litre V8 engine). Having a maximum speed of 300 km/hr, this car is not for the ordinary.
^ a design style in which the sloping line begins from the roof and ends at the tail
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|- Material: ZAMAC (zinc alloy), Rubber and Plastic|
|- Non-opening model|
|- Exclusive and Limited pieces created|
|Box Dimension (in inches)||7 x 3 x 3|