Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale makes its debut at the Geneva Motor Show

Posted on Mar 20, 2013 by

stars in Geneva with the launch of the four-seater GranTurismo MC Stradale which was previously introduced in 2010. It will be built at the historic factory in Viale Ciro Menotti in Modena.

Much like its two-seater counterpart, the GranTurismo MC Stradale four-seater takes inspiration from its Trofeo racing version giving it a sporty feel. Maserati claims the GranTurismo MC Stradale to be the lightest and fastest car in the GranTurismo range.


Here are a couple of details from the vehicle’s powertrain:

– 4.7 litre, 460 hp V8 engine (debuted in the Gran Turismo Sport)

– MC Race Shift 6-speed electro actuated gearbox

– Automatic, Sport and Race driving models available

The Italian automakers have introduced some new features in the GranTurismo MC Stradale. On the exterior, the carbon fibre bonnet creates high-speed downforce, improves cooling and allows it to be of the same dry weight as the discontinued two-seat version. The new 20 inches alloy rims also add boldness to the car’s exterior.


The GranTurismo MC Stradale can go all the way to 303 km/hr and will achieve the 100km/hr feat in 4.5 seconds. The Brembo carbon ceramic brake disks guarantee the vehicle’s safety. Driving in demanding situations is not a problem with gearshift paddles that are longer than in other versions of this model. Fuel consumption and emissions have also been kept low in the Granturismo MC Stradale.

Price details and availability of MC Stradale in the Middle East are yet to be confirmed.

Also launched at the was the Maserati’s all-new Quattroporte range. Here is a quick glance at that family:

  • Quattroporte GTS (V8 twin turbo charged, 530 horsepower and rear wheel drive)
  • Quattroporte S Q4 (V6 twin turbo charged, 410 horsepower and all-wheel drive system)
  • Quattroporte S (V6 twin turbo charged, 410 horsepower and rear wheel drive)

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