G&S Exclusive Excels with the Maserati 4200 Evo Dynamic Trident


German tuners have created an impressive Maserati coupe.

G&S Exclusive have put their hands on a Maserati coupe and it looks as flamboyant as ever. The tuners out of Albstadt, Germany worked on a Maserati 4200 GT Cambiocorsa (2001-2007) to create what they call the 4200 Evo Dynamic Trident. The bright three-stage Lamborghini Gallardo Orange finish is certainly dynamic, to say the least. Using parts from the 4200 GT's predecessor, the 3200 GT, and its successor, the Gran Turismo, the 4200 Evo Dynamic Trident is a Frankenstein made out of Maserati body parts.

It features widened fenders, side skirts and hood with custom twin air vents. A new front fascia shows off a large Gran Turismo grille. The rear features the 3200 GT's taillights and trunk-lid along with the GT racecar's rear bumper with integrated diffuser. A remote-controlled Capristo exhaust system has been added, complete with two 85mm double-ended pipes. A sports suspension helps improve the Maserati's handling while a set of 20-inch OZ Ultraleggera light-alloy wheels (8.5-inches wide in the front, 10-inches in the back) wrapped in Dunlop tires further augments the effect.

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