Full Maserati Model List (All Historic Models)
Post-war, the A6 1500 Maserati really got things going for the brand. The first Maserati GT was the A6, which was a huge success after its production in 1958. At the Turin Motor Show in 1963, Maserati presented the first Quattroporte (four-door), which introduced an entirely new category to the marketplace: the luxury sports sedan. The first Quattroporte entered production in 1964.
It was equipped with a 4-liter, V8 engine, capable of 260hp. It was fitted with either a five-speed manual transmission or three-speed automatic transmission. In 1967, the original Maserati Ghibli was offered. The Ghibli was first unveiled as a 2-seater concept car at the 1966 Turin Motor Show. It was powered by a 4.7L, V8 engine paired with a five-speed manual transmission or a 3 speed automatic. In 1993, Maserati was purchased by Fiat, who then turned the management of the Maserati brand over to long-time rival Ferrari, who was also controlled by Fiat at the time.
Their new partnership outshined their rivalry as both brands continued to grow. Ten years later, Maserati returned triumphantly to the American market with the 2002 Spider, a convertible that was based on the 1998 3200 GT coupe that had previously been available in Europe. In 2007, Maserati unveiled the world premiere of the newly Pininfarina-designed GranTurismo at the Geneva Motor Show. The new GT would be larger than previous models and was followed by a Spyder and a hardtop convertible shortly after. It was a huge sales success and helped the brand support new models across different segments.
At the top end is the Quattroporte, while in the middle is the Ghibli, a volume seller that is a pretty decent all-around car. The Levante is the SUV that everybody knew was coming that Maserati hopes will help is grow into the future.