Restyling in 1991 brought a series of aesthetic and technical upgrades to the Spyder. The most significant modification regarded the introduction of four-valve-per-cylinder heads with four overhead camshafts, which served to increase performance despite the fitting of a catalytic converter required for certain markets. From a styling point of view, the car was reworked with new, slimmer headlights, taller bumpers and sills, 16-inch six-spoke alloy wheels, more aerodynamic rear-view mirrors, and a distinctive spoiler at the base of the windscreen invented by world-renowned stylist Marcello Gandini.
|Data sheet||Spyder III||Spyder III cat.||Spyder III (2800) cat.|
|Model code||Tipo AM333||Tipo AM333||Tipo AM333|
|Body type||2+2 spyder||2+2 spyder||2+2 spyder|
|Design||Zagato - Gandini||Zagato - Gandini||Zagato - Gandini|
|Production years||1991 - 1994||1991 - 1994||1991 - 1994|
|Maserati era||De Tomaso||De Tomaso||De Tomaso|
|Numbers produced||509 (Spyder III & Spyder III cat.)||510 (Spyder III & Spyder III cat.)||200|
|Chassis||Monocoque steel construction||Monocoque steel construction||Monocoque steel construction|
|Engine configuration||90° V6, 24 valves, double overhead camshaft, twin-turbo||90° V6, 24 valves, double overhead camshaft, twin-turbo||90° V6, three valves per cylinder (two intake, one exhaust), single overhead camshaft, twin-turbo|
|Maximum power||245hp @ 6,000rpm||240hp @ 6,200rpm||225hp @ 5,500rpm|
© 2020 Maserati North America, Inc. All rights reserved. Maserati and the Trident logo are registered trademarks of Maserati SpA.
Some images may show European models.