This model was chosen as the most beautiful Maserati by the lovers of the brand during the celebrations of the hundred years Maserati in 2014. Finished in the original two-tone blue livery, it was shown at the 2010 Goodwood Festival of Speed where it won Best of Show in the Cartier Style & Luxe. In 1953 Pininfarina designed this beautiful shape for a few of A6GCS/53 racing chassis. This meant that the cars had racing specifications.
Its extremely lightweight construction weighed just 740 kilograms and the 170 hp 2.0 litre engine fitted in a tubular chassis allow the car to reach a top speed of 235 kilometres/hour. There’s no doubt that Pininfarina created a timeless elegance sporty car and its rarity make the A6GCS Berlinetta one of the most sought car by collectors around the world. This amazing Maserati participated at the 2015 Vernasca Silver Flag.