Maserati 1976

Merak
Bora
Khamsin
Quattroporte
Kyalami - Geneva

Italy

 

Merak

Merak (V6 cyl, 2970 cm³, 190 cv)
Merak SS (V6 cyl, 2970 cm³, 220 cv) - Geneva
   Coupé

 

Bora

Bora 4700 (V8 cyl, 4719 cm³, 310 cv)
Bora 4900 (V8 cyl, 4930 cm³, 330 cv) - US only
   Coupé

MASERATI BORA £13,866
Now in regular production once more, following reorganisation of the company, the extremely fast mid-engined Bora has a light alloy V8 power unit with four chain-driven overhead camshafts, driving through a five-speed gearbox. It is purely a two-seater. Pedals are automatically adjustable to ensure a comfortable driving position and the ventilated disc brakes are power operated from an engine-driven hydraulic pump.

London report

 

Khamsin

Khamsin (V8 cyl, 4930 cm³, 280 cv)
   Coupé

MASERATI KHAMSIN £14,980
Taking over from the fabulous Ghibli was no easy assignment but the Khamsin has special advantages, independent rear suspension and two features inherited from the Citroen SM, speed sensitive power steering and power-operated hydraulic brakes. Bertone designed the hatchback body which has two occasional seats in the rear. The engine is a light alloy V8 with four overhead camshafts and the car has air conditioning.

London report

 

Quattroporte

Quattroporte (V6 cyl, 210cv)
   Berlina

 

Kyalami

Kyalami (V8 cyl, 4136 cm, 260 cv) - new model
   Coupé