Maserati 1972

Indy
Mexico
Bora
Ghibli
Merak - Paris

Italy

 

Indy

Indy 4200 (V8 cyl, 4136 cm³, 260 cv)
Indy 4700 (V8 cyl, 4709 cm³, 290 cv)
   Coupé

 

Mexico

Mexico 4100 (V8 cyl, 4135 cm³, 260 cv)
Mexico 4700 (V8 cyl, 4709 cm³, 290 cv)
   Coupé

 

Bora

Bora (V8 cyl, 4719 cm³, 310 cv)
   Coupé

MASERATI BORA £9,825
Take your seat, press a switch and the pedals move forward or back into the ideal position for perfect control on this midengined speedster, most exotic model in the Maserati range. With four overhead camshafts and four twin-choke Webers, the light alloy V8 sends it snarling along at speeds up to 175 m.p.h. This is the only Maserati with independent rear suspension.

London report

 

Ghibli

Ghibli (V8 cyl, 4709 cm³, 330 cv)
Ghibli SS (V8 cyl, 4930 cm³, 335 cv)
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   Spyder

MASERATI GHIBLI £9,172
Acclaimed as a classic, Guigiaro's design for the Ghibli coupe made it the best selling Maserati model, though it is only a two-seater and the luggage is on display to casual intruders through the big rear window. There is a choice of two engines, 4.7 and 4.9-litres, both light alloy V8s with four overhead camshafts. Suspension design is surprisingly conservative.

London report

 

Merak

Merak (V6 cyl, 2965 cm³, 190 cv) - new model
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