Maserati 1968


Sebring
Mistral
Mexico
Ghibli
Quattroporte

Italy

Quattroporte gets optional 4.7 litre, 300 bhp engine, which along with reduced weight gave the car top speed of 245 km/h.

In 1968, Maserati was taken over by the French car manufacturer, Citroën. Adolfo Orsi remained the nominal president.

 

Sebring

Sebring 3500 (R6 cyl, 3485 cm³, 235 cv)
Sebring 3700 (R6 cyl, 3692 cm³, 245 cv)
Sebring 4000 (R6 cyl, 4014 cm³, 255 cv)
   Coupé Vignale

 

Mistral

Mistral 3700 (R6 cyl, 3692 cm³, 245 cv)
Mistral 4000 (R6 cyl, 4014 cm³, 255 cv)
   Coupé
   Spyder

 

Mexico

Mexico (V8 cyl, 4709 cm³, 290 cv)
   Coupé

 

Ghibli

Ghibli (V8 cyl, 4709 cm³, 330 cv)
   Coupé
   Spyder - new model

 

Quattroporte

Quattroporte 4100 (V8 cyl, 4136 cm³, 260 cv)
Quattroporte 4700 (V8 cyl, 4709 cm³, 290 cv) - new model
   Berlina