The Sadly Overlooked Maserati GranTurismo

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See and hear one in person and you'll understand.

When you think "Italian" and "supercar," the names Ferrari and Lamborghini typically come to mind. Yet there’s another Italian marquee that's often forgotten: Maserati, and its GranTurismo. Powered by a 4.7-liter V8, it was launched back in 2007, but will soon be dropped for a turbocharged replacement. And that’s a shame, because the Pininfarina-designed GranTurismo is one of the last of its kind: an Italian born-and-bred naturally-aspirated GT exotic.

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