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Mercedes-Benz E350 Sport w/COR Precise Wheels

Where class meets style.

The Mercedes-Benz E-Class has always been one of the classiest German sedans. The E-Class is backed by decades of heritage and proudly wears the three-pointed star. Oftentimes finding a set of wheels that complements the sophistication, character, and style for an E-Class or any car of such stature can be difficult.

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Meet the COR Precise wheel. It is a wheel that oozes style and has the polished, elegant appearance that perfectly fits the design of the Mercedes-Benz E350 Sport. The Precise wheel is part of the COR Classic series that offers superb quality and performance along with a minimalistic appearance. Each wheel is crafted with the utmost in quality and constructed using aerospace-grade forged aluminum alloy for a low overall weight and high strength properties.

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On this Arctic White 2009 Mercedes-Benz E350 Sport, a new set of COR Precise forged wheels were installed to give the German sedan a high-class look without being gaudy and taking away from the exterior design. Each of the COR Precise wheels were made with hand brushed step lips and a special step-over design where each spoke hugs the step lip on the outer rim. Each face was designed with a light concave to showcase the rear-wheel drive power behind the E350 Sport. The mesh spokes on the COR Precise wheels were given a hand brushed finish and contrasted by piano black accents.

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The Mercedes-Benz E350 Sport wears the COR Precise wheels in a bold 20 x 9.0 front and 20 x 10.5 rear fitment. The powerful stance is equipped with upgraded 245/30-20 front and 285/25-20 rear Vredestein tires for a premium ride quality. A new set of Eibach sport springs lowers the ride height of the E350 Sport to emphasize the COR Precise wheels and provide balanced handling dynamics.

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The COR Precise forged wheels give the Mercedes-Benz E350 Sport a sophisticated and stylish look without taking away from the overall distinguished character of the German sedan – a look that can only be achieved with COR wheels.

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Fitment Specifications:
Mercedes Benz E350 Wheels: COR Precise forged with mesh spokes, light concave, step lips, and step-over design.
Front Wheels: 20 x 9.0
Rear Wheels: 20 x 10.5
Finish: Hand brushed face and outer lips with piano black accents
Tires: Vredestein
Front Tires: 245/30 – 20
Rear Tires: 285/25 – 20

Other Upgrades:
-Eibach Sport Springs; lower overall ride height

BMW X6 M w/COR Levinson Wheels

It’s all about excess.

The BMW X6 M is one of those cars that just doesn’t make a lot of sense. It doesn’t offer any sort of additional cargo space, it doesn’t really go off-road, and it doesn’t have the same center of gravity as a true sports car. But who cares when you have 555 horsepower and a set of COR Levinson wheels?

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Excess is the name of the game for the BMW X6 M. It has a high price tag and doesn’t offer the same utility as other cars, but it has that special BMW M touch that sets it apart from anything in its class. Its styling may be hit or miss depending on personal tastes, but with a set of COR Levinson forged wheels, it’s a guaranteed show stopper.

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COR Levinson forged wheels were chosen for the German Sport Activity Coupe as they reflect the muscular looks and unbelievable performance of the X6 M. The COR Levinson wheel offers a slight concave design that oozes confidence and power, and gives any vehicle a dynamic stance.

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The Alpine White 2012 BMW X6 M was fitted with a staggered set of COR Levinson wheels in a 22 x 10 front and 22 x 12 rear setup. Each wheel was given Matte Seal Grey centers with a hand brushed Titanium Clear outer rim. Custom billet “FTW” center caps were also fitted as a unique extra to the stunning fitment.

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To help put all 555 horsepower to the ground, the Levinson wheels were all fitted with grippy Pirelli PZero rubber. The 285/35/22 front and 335/30/22 rear setup will help improve handling for the SAC and reach a 60 mph in just 4.5 seconds from rest.

A 555 horsepower BMW X6 M with COR Levinson wheels is definitely worthy of a “For the Win.”

Fitment Specifications

BMW X6 Wheels: COR Levinson
Wheel Type: Forged, 12 double-spokes
Finish: Matte Seal Grey centers with hand brushed and Titanium Clear outer rim with custom billet “FTW” center caps.
Front Wheels: 22 x 10
Rear Wheels: 22 x 12
Tires: Pirelli PZero
Front Tires: 285/35/22
Rear Tires: 335/30/22

Bentley Continental GT w/COR Modell Wheels

Super luxury and super style.

The Bentley Continental GT is one of those cars that offer a superb blend of ultra luxury and incredible straight line performance. Oftentimes, these British beasts are used for relaxing highways drives and are dressed in rather inconspicuous shades of paint.

This 2005 Bentley Continental GT with COR Modell wheels is different; it’s a shimmering red racer mated with classic forged rims that lives life a quarter-of-a-mile at a time. Stuffed under the sculpted hood is a twin-turbocharged, 6.0-liter, W-12 engine that rockets the super luxury GT to a top speed just short of 200 mph, all while looking like a red-hot fireball with a brilliant set of COR Modell wheels.

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The exterior paint scheme may make the Continental GT stand out from the crowd, but with the set of custom-tailored COR Modell forged wheels, it is a full-time head-turner. This classic setup uses a staggered 22 x 9.5 front and 22 x 11 rear fitment to get all 552 bhp to the road in style. Each of the COR Modell forged wheels was given a unique finish to match the racy red exterior. The five-spoke, three-piece wheels were finished in a silky Matte Black and given contrasting Gloss Red Ball Cuts. Every wheel features a single, embroidered spoke highlighted in Gloss Red and the original center caps in the same color.

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Due to the great amounts of power being sent to each of the wheels, only maximum performance tires could be fitted. Pirelli PZeros were chosen for the Modell forged wheels and fitted in a 265/30/22 front and 295/25/22 setup in order to achieve maximum grip and high-speed performance.

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The custom set of COR Modell forged wheels perfectly complement the red-hot styling and performance of the 552 bhp British grand tourer. This isn’t a boulevard cruiser; it’s a triple-digit rocket ship.

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Fitment Specifications

Wheels: COR Modell
Wheel Type: Five-spoke, three-piece, forged construction
Finish: Matte Black with Gloss Red Ball Cuts and custom embroidered spoke and center cap
Front Wheels: 22 x 9.5
Rear Wheels: 22 x 11
Tires: Pirelli PZero
Front Tires: 265/30/22
Rear Tires: 295/25/22

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The Electric Kustom Signals SV-1 w/COR Cipher Forged Wheels

Shocking performance and style.

COR wheels have been fitted to almost every kind of luxury, performance, and exotic automobile on the market and have provided these cars with unmatched style and sport. But this is possibly the first ever time that COR wheels have found their way on a one-off, custom-built, electric car.

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Built in collaboration with Kustom Signals and LIPI (Indonesian Institute of Sciences) the new SV-1 is a fully electric custom-built car designed to provide green performance and audio bliss. The SV-1 is based on the Nissan Cefiro and uses an Advance Series DC 144 V/500 A electric motor to power the rear wheels in combination with 45 lithium ion batteries, each with the same strength as a 3.8-volt battery.

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The SV-1 can be charged using a normal outlet or though a charging station. Charging the SV-1 through a household outlet can take six to eight hours, while a charging station finishes the job in a mere 30 minutes. Special solar panels were also installed on the hood of the car to help cool the engine while the car is being operated.

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One of the goals for the SV-1 was to keep weight at a minimum. The team was able to achieve this goal by utilizing COR Cipher wheels. These wheels were chosen for their high-strength forged construction and low overall weight. Each wheel was given a hand brushed finish with glimmering chrome lips for a modern style. The COR Cipher forged wheels were installed in a 20 x 12.5 front and rear setup and fitted with 275/40/20 Yokohama Advan Tires, providing the SV-1 with a wide footprint.

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The team also removed the roof and constructed much of the SV-1 using carbon fiber and aluminum. The use of lightweight materials, along with the lightweight COR Cipher wheels helped bring weight down to just 1,650 lbs.

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One of the other unique aspects of the SV-1 is the sound system used throughout the interior. Alpine supplied each of the four speakers, the subwoofer, and head unit to give the SV-1 a sound system that rivals that of high-end cars. Alpine also provided the team with four monitors that can be configured for entertainment, navigation, and rear view camera use. The entire interior including electronics are water-proof to protect against unexpected precipitation.

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While the Kustom Signals SV-1 will never see production, it is guaranteed to be a stylish head-turner with it’s COR Cipher wheels and unique design.

Fitment Specifications:
Wheels: COR Cipher
Wheel Finish: Hand brushed with chrome lips
Wheel Size: 20 x 12.5
Tires: Yokohama Advan
Tire Size: 275/40/20

The #11 Fisker Tramonto w/COR Wazara Forged Wheels

Handcrafted design and performance.

Fisker may be known throughout the automotive world for the new Karma hybrid sports car, but before the automaker was saving the environment, Henrik Fisker was designing one-of-a-kind sports cars with Fisker Coachbuild. The first design that was put into production was the Fisker Tramonto. Only 15 of the planned 150 models were produced, all of which were manufactured by hand.

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A handcrafted design such as the Fisker Tramonto deserves only the highest quality forged wheels, which is why COR Wazara rims were chosen for chassis No. 11. The Fisker Tramonto is based on the Mercedes-Benz SL-class and is powered by a handmade supercharged AMG V-8 engine with an output of 610 bhp, allowing for a 0-60 mph sprint of 3.5 seconds and a top speed of 202 mph. The COR Wazara wheels match the power and style of the Tramonto with their handcrafted three-piece forged construction and stunning concave design.

Each COR Wazara is forged using aerospace grade 6061-T6 aluminum alloy to achieve unmatched strength and an incredibly low overall weight. On the high-powered Fisker Tramonto, the COR Wazara wheels were fitted in a staggered 20 x 9 front and 20 x 12.5 rear fitment to ensure all 610 horsepower reaches the pavement. Each wheel is finished with a hand brushed face to match the silver accents on the exterior of the Tramonto.

Although only 15 Fisker Tramonto models were produced, the COR Wazara wheels on chassis No. 11 will ensure that it is a one-of-a-kind automobile for the ages.

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Fitment Details:

Vehicle: Fisker Tramonto
Wheels: COR Wazara, three-piece forged with concave design
Wheel Finish: Hand brushed face
Front Wheels: 20 x 9
Rear Wheels: 12 x 12.5

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The Aston Martin V12 Zagato gets ready for Frankfurt

A British and Italian supercar with a Nürburgring pedigree.

Back in May, Aston Martin created a stir in the automotive world with the unveiling of the new V12 Zagato. The car was originally a concept that was built in collaboration with the Italian design firm, Zagato, to celebrate the 50 year anniversary of the DB4GT Zagato. Now, after winning awards and racing at the Nürburgring 24 Hours endurance race, Aston Martin will be bringing two racing versions of the V12 Zagato to the 2011 IAA International Auto Show in Frankfurt.

What started out as a concept idea to celebrate the original partnership between Aston Martin and Zagato has blossomed into the creation of a new supercar. The Aston Martin V12 Zagato made its public debut at the 2011 Villa D’Este Concours event in Italy to an excited crowd. The new supercar was so popular that it even took home the Design Award for the concept and prototype class. The enthusiasm and popularity surrounding the car grew exponentially and afterwards Aston Martin introduced a pair of racecars based on the original concept.

Nicknamed “Zig” (green) and “Zag” (red) by their racing teams, the V12 Zagatos were put to the test in two prominent races at the Nürburgring Nordschleife. Each car was fitted with the full aerodynamic treatment sporting a front splitter, dive planes, rear diffuser, and rear spoiler. Both cars were first raced at the 53rd ADAC ACAS H&R-Cup VLN race to prepare for what would become the true showcase of their power and potential. On the 25th and 26th of June, Aston Martin raced “Zig” and “Zag” at the 39th ADAC Nürburgring 24 Hour endurance race, both finishing the race with a combined 230 laps and 3,700 miles total.

After the success at the grueling endurance race, Aston Martin gave the V12 Zagato the green light for production. Each car will be handcrafted in the marquee’s headquarters in Gaydon, England. Based on the V12 Vantage, the Aston Martin V12 Zagato features beautiful carbon fiber and aluminum bodywork in a classic Zagato design. The production models will be powered by the Aston Martin 6.0-liter V-12 engine producing 510 bhp and 420 lb-ft. of torque. The power will be sent through a six-speed manual transmission to the 19-inch forged wheels at the rear. The production Aston Martin V12 Zagato is capable of reaching 62 mph from rest in just 4.2 seconds and hitting a top speed of 190 mph.

The production Aston Martin V12 Zagato models will be available during the summer of 2012 for £ 330,000 (+/- 539,000 USD) and be strictly limited to 150 units. Aston Martin will feature the two racing versions, “Zig” and “Zag” at the 2011 International Auto Show in Frankfurt alongside the One-77, Virage, and Vantage S.

Aston Martin V12 Zagato Specifications:

Engine:
Type: 6.0-liter V-12
Maximum Horsepower: 510 bhp (380 kW) at 6,500 RPM
Maximum Torque: 420 lb-ft. (570 Nm) at 5750 RPM

Transmission:
Type: Six-speed manual
Drive: Rear-wheel

Performance:
Acceleration 0-62 mph: 4.2 seconds
Top Speed: 190 mph (305 km/h)

Wheels and Tires:
Wheels: 19-inch aluminum alloy forged wheels
Tires: Pirelli P Zero Corsa
Front Tires: 255/35 ZR 19
Rear Tires: 295/30 ZR 19

Aston Martin V12 Zagato Gallery:

 

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Ferrari takes the top off the 458 with the new Spider Model

Drop top Italian performance.

The newest edition to the Ferrari lineup just took its top off down the streets of Maranello. The new Ferrari 458 Spider joins the ranks of the Italian super cars with innovative features, technology, and, of course, otherworldly performance. For the first time ever in a sports car in this segment, Ferrari has unveiled a new fully-retractable hard top.

Behind the cockpit sits the award-winning 4.5-liter V-8 engine producing 560 horsepower at screaming 9,000 RPM horsepower and 389 lb-ft. of torque at 6,000 RPM. All that power is sent to the rear wheels through a seven-speed dual-clutch paddle shift transmission and E-diff. To aid drivers, F1-Trac traction control and high performance ABS systems come standard. Customers can also choose to option their 458 Spider with forged wheels and racing seats for even better performance.

To say that the new Ferrari 458 Italia Spider is just a topless 458 is insensitive. Ferrari has reworked and redesigned many parts of the super car so that it provides the same thrilling drive that the Italian automaker is known for. Small aspects such as the accelerator pedal mapping, suspension damping, and the engine’s exhaust note have been tuned to create an exciting drive.

At first glance the Ferrari 458 Spider is truly a special convertible. Two buttresses protrude from the rear of the car and extend to the edge of the cockpit where air freely flows. Each buttress was designed to redirect cooling air into the engine intakes, clutch, and transmission oil radiators. But even more intriguing is the new patented Ferrari hard top. The innovative hard top reduces weight by 55 lbs. over a traditional folding soft top and deploys in just 14 seconds. Ferrari engineers developed a top that stows neatly inside a small space above the engine bay without affecting the overall aerodynamics and performance of the 458 Italia. The small storage area for the roof enabled designers to create a rear bench behind the two seats for luggage space. Another new innovation from Ferrari is the large adjustable wind stop. The wind stop slows the air moving inside the cockpit and allows for conversations at speeds up to 124 mph.

The new Ferrari 458 Italia Spider offers open top excitement and exhilarating Italian performance. Performance is not compromised with the top up or down and structural rigidity is not lost, making it one of the best open top sports cars available. Pricing and availability have not yet been released by the Italian automaker. The Ferrari 458 Italia Spider will make its official public debut at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show.

Ferrari 458 Italia Spider Specifications

Engine:
Type: 90-degree V-8
Displacement: 4.5 liters
Compression Ratio: 12.5:1
Maximum Horsepower: 560 (425 kW) at 9,000 RPM
Maximum Torque: 398 lb-ft. (540 Nm) at 6,000 RPM

Transmission:
Type: Seven-speed dual clutch F1 paddle shift
Drive: Rear-wheel

Performance:
Acceleration 0-62 mph: Less than 3.4 seconds
Top Speed: Over 198 mph

Tires:
Front: 235/35 ZR 20
Rear: 295/35 ZR 20

Ferrari 458 Italia Spider Gallery

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Porsche Classic restores a 1973 911 T Coupe

Classic performance.

There’s something special about driving a classic car, especially when that classic car is a Porsche. A certain passion, enthusiasm, and sense of character are apparent behind the wheel of a vintage 911. As part of the new “Revive the Passion” project organized by the Porsche Club of America (PCA) and Porsche Classic, a 1973 911 T Coupe was found and restored, then raffled off to a lucky individual at the 2011 Porsche Parade in Savannah, Georgia.

The car was found in the Los Angeles area, bought, and presented to the Porsche Club of America at the 2010 Porsche Parade held in St. Charles, Illinois. The car was in a state of extreme disrepair and was also home to a birds nest. Much of the paint had peeled away, the headlights and windows were missing, and interior upholstery was ripped and cracked. The car was even wearing home-made parts from a previous owner’s careless attempt at repair. The history, owners, and service of the 911 T were all unknown. But under this horrendous state of decay was an iconic 911 with the soul of a sports car.

The 38 year old model was sent back to its original home in Stuttgart to be fully restored by the experts at Porsche Classic. 1973 was the last year for the F-model 911 from Porsche. It was powered by a 2.4-liter air-cooled horizontally-opposed six-cylinder engine that produced 140 horsepower at 5,600 RPM. In terms of performance, the 911 T could reach a 127 mph top speed, which, for the day, was quite impressive. The narrow-bodied model was finished in a nostalgic combo of Silver Metallic paint and Black interior.

The project began in 2010 and took almost a year to complete. During the restoration process, Porsche provided fans with an in-depth look at the car’s progress with exclusive online pictures and videos. Every aspect of the car from the smallest screw to each of the Porsche wheels were handled and inspected by a Porsche Classic technician then either refurbished or replaced with an original or reproduction part along with documentation. The body and chassis of the Porsche 911 T Coupe was also treated to prevent corrosion and rust with modern techniques such as Electrophoretic dip coating. After the corrosion protection, the car was painted with multiple coats of water-based Silver Metallic paints for environmental safety. Completing the rebuild process were thorough performance and functionality tests that modern Porsches are subjected to in order to ensure the utmost in quality.

The newly restored car was raffled off amongst Porsche Club of America members at the Porsche Parade in Savannah, Georgia, and then presented to the owner. The total value of the restored 1973 911 T Coupe is unknown.

1973 Porsche 911 T Gallery: 

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The New Maserati GranCabrio Sport

A convertible with true Italian character.

Since it was introduced, the Maserati GranCabrio has been known for the superb balance of sport and luxury that it provided. The Italian automaker looks to build on the convertible’s formula for success by adding even more athleticism in the new GranCarbio Sport. The new Sport convertible joins the GranTurismo S and Quattroporte GT S as the top performance models in the Maserati lineup, with its faster transmission, more aggressive bodywork, dynamic suspension, and fiery V-8 ready to shred the rear tires.

The new Maserati GranCabrio Sport is the most potent model in the GranCabrio range. The sleek and sexy exterior styling of the convertible was given subtle upgrades by Maserati designers to preserve the attractive appearance. The entire car can be dressed in a new Rosso Trionfale red paint that pays homage to the championship Maserati racers of the 1950s. The front fascia has been transformed with a new black grille, corner splitters, black look headlights with white reflectors, and red accents on the Trident logo. New side skirts help optimize airflow around the car and a black Shadow Line accentuates the athletic nature of the convertible.

Along with the muscular styling of the Sport comes a more dynamic chassis. New nine-spoke 20-inch Astro-design Maserati wheels add a more sinister touch to the GranCabrio Sport. Behind the wheels sit upgraded brakes that feature a grooved design to prevent the buildup of brake dust and ensure uniform wear. The Skyhook suspension system that was used on the base GranCabrio was also retuned to provide precise handling. The Sport Skyhook system utilizes sensors to analyze different variables while driving and adjusts suspension components accordingly to deliver maximum performance without sacrificing ride quality. In addition to the upgraded suspension management system, Maserati also installed new springs and anti-roll bars.

Under the hood of the new Maserati GranCabrio Sport sits a potent 4.7-liter V-8 engine with a provocative exhaust note. The alloy engine has undergone the Maserati Friction Reduction Program that gives the engine improved oil sump fluid dynamics and gives the tappets and super-finished camshaft lobes a Diamond-Like Coating. The new program makes the engine more responsive and reduces fuel consumption by six percent. The improved 4.7-liter engine produces 450 horsepower at 7,000 RPM and 376 lb-ft. of torque, with eighty-percent of the torque available at only 2,500 RPM. That exhilarating exhaust note gets even better with the addition of a valve-controlled exhaust system that allows drivers to choose between a number of different volume settings.

The new GranCabrio Sport is the first model to mate the fully-automatic six-speed transmission to the 450-horsepower 4.7-liter V-8 engine. The new transmission was used in the Quattroporte GT S and developed for use in the GranCabrio Sport. The six-speed automatic features a lightning-fast MC Auto Shift and has five different shift modes that range from the driver-oriented Manual-Sport to the mundane Auto-Normal. In Manual Sport the transmission is programmed to hold onto gears even if the rev-limiter is reached. The new engine and quick-shifting transmission will be able to rocket the convertible to 62 mph in just 5.2 seconds and reach a top speed of 177 mph (285 km/h).

Inside, the Maserati GranCabrio Sport treats passengers with a host of exclusive luxury amenities and features. Maserati has developed two new leather colors: a pure white Bianco Pregiato, and a dark grey Grigio Chrono that was designed to complement the new Rosso Trionfale exterior paint. Both of the front seats feature adjustable lumbar support while all four seats are fitted with M-Design seat stitching and Trident embossed headrests. Customers can pick from 13 different stitching colors to contrast the interior leather package for an individual appearance. For a more thrilling experience for the driver, Maserati has installed new drilled aluminum pedals, longer steering wheel-mounted Active Shifting paddles from the Trofeo racecar, and a GranCabrio Sport badge on the passenger side dashboard.

The new Maserati GranCabrio Sport can be equipped with a number of exclusive options to create a one-of-a-kind automobile. The MC Sport Line packages will be available along with Shiny Anthracite Grey finished wheels, body colored Shadow Line, and exterior chrome trim. The GranCabrio Sport will be available as a 2012 model. Pricing has not been officially released.

Maserati GranCabrio Sport Specifications

Engine:
Layout: Front-mid-engine, rear-drive
Displacement: 4.7 liters (4691cc)
Number of Cylinders: V8
Power: 450hp (331kW) @ 7000 RPM
Torque: 376 lb-ft. (510Nm) @ 4750 RPM
Bore x Stroke: 94mm x 84.5mm
Compression Ratio:11.25:1
Maximum Engine Speed: 7200 RPM
Oil Delivery: Wet sump
Acceleration 0-62 mph: 5.2 seconds
Top SpeedL 177 mph (285km/h)

Transmission:
Type: Six-speed automatic (ZF 6HP26) with MC Auto Shift
Drive: Rear-wheel
Differential: Asymmetric limited-slip (25% in traction, 45% in release) with bevel drive

Chassis:
Weight Distribution (roof closed): 49% front/51% rear
Weight Distribution (roof open):48%/52%
Brakes: 360mm front discs, 330mm rear discs
Tires: 245/35 ZR20 (front); 285/35 ZR20 (rear)

Maserati GranCabrio Sport Gallery

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