For the second series, the model now simply called Sebring received a restyling that featured a new front end with chrome surrounds for the twin-round headlights, a new hood intake, and side vents located higher up on the front fenders. The new taillights were reminiscent of those on the Quattroporte, creating a strong identity for the brand. The choice of a larger 3.7-liter or 4.0-liter engine sourced from the Maserati Mistral coupe significantly improved the performance of the 2+2 Sebring. Sales of the Sebring began to taper off after 1967 with the launch of the new Ghibli, and in 1969 the last Sebring was produced, for a total of 598 examples of both series combined. Sebring customers of the day included a rising star in the world of opera, Luciano Pavarotti, and Austrian crystal glass tycoon Adrian Swarovski.
|Data sheet||Sebring 3.5||Sebring 3.7||Sebring 4.0|
|Model code||Tipo AM101/10||Tipo AM101/10||Tipo AM101/10|
|Body type||2-door, 2+2 berlinetta||2-door, 2+2 berlinetta||2-door, 2+2 berlinetta|
|Design||Michelotti (Vignale)||Michelotti (Vignale)||Michelotti (Vignale)|
|Production years||1964 - 1967||1965 - 1968||1966 - 1968|
|Maserati era||Orsi family||Orsi family||Orsi family|
|Chassis||Tubular steel ladder-frame platform||Tubular steel ladder-frame platform||Tubular steel ladder-frame platform|
|Engine configuration||Straight 6, double overhead camshaft||Straight 6, double overhead camshaft||Straight 6, double overhead camshaft|
|Maximum power||235hp @ 5,500rpm||245hp @ 5,500rpm||265hp @ 5,200rpm|
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