3200GT

The Biturbo era saw its conclusion with the introduction of the completely new 3200GT, presented in 1998 and made through 2002. With the 3200GT, Maserati returned to its roots with a true Gran Turismo in the great tradition of the brand. It was a completely new vehicle, powered by a substantially modified V8 engine from the Shamal and Quattroporte IV. Producing 370 hp, it was offered with a six-speed manual ZF transmission or a four-speed automatic gearbox. The design from Giugiaro was, just like his creations for Maserati in the past, a true masterpiece, and this model was primarily responsible for the global revival of the brand that began in 1998. Its boomerang-shaped taillights were the first on a production car to use LED technology.

Data sheet3200GT 3200GT automatic
Model codeTipo AA 338B32Tipo AA 338B32A
Body type 2-door, 4-seater coupé2-door, 4-seater coupé
DesignItaldesignItaldesign
Production years 1998 - 2002 2000 - 2002
Maserati era FerrariFerrari
Numbers produced26892106
Chassis Monocoque steel construction with front and rear sub-frameMonocoque steel construction with front and rear sub-frame
Dry weight1,500kg1,520kg
Engine configuration 90° V8, 32 valves, double overhead camshaft, twin-turbo90° V8, 32 valves, double overhead camshaft, twin-turbo
Displacement3,217cc3,217cc
Maximum power 370hp @ 6,250rpm370hp @ 6,250rpm
Top speed 280km/h270km/h
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