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Maserati 5000 GT Bertone

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#104.004

1961 was a year of original ideas for the Turin bodywork designer. At the same time as the move to the new headquarters in Grugliasco, a unique Maserati model, the Coupé 5000 GT was presented.

Vehicle Overview

The Maserati 5000 GT Bertone: In the dynamic year of 1961, marked by Bertone‘s relocation to the new headquarters in Grugliasco, the automotive world witnessed the debut of a truly exceptional Maserati model – the one-of-a-kind Coupé 5000 GT. This singular creation, a masterpiece in the finest Maserati tradition, showcased the perfect blend of classic aesthetics and sporty sophistication, all meticulously crafted by the visionary minds at Bertone. The heart of this classic-looking yet potent car beat with a powerful V8 16-valve engine, delivering an impressive 330 horsepower and propelling the 5000 GT to a top speed exceeding 270 km/h. Crafted by the talented young designer Giorgetto Giugiaro, the Maserati 5000 GT embodied a design philosophy that seamlessly integrated artistry and performance. The engine, mounted lengthwise at the front, served as the powerhouse for this extraordinary automobile, setting a new standard for the fusion of power and sophistication. The unveiling of the Maserati 5000 GT at the 1961 Turin Motor Show marked a momentous occasion in automotive history. Giorgetto Giugiaro’s vision came to life as the car graced the showroom floor, captivating onlookers with its aristocratic elegance and dynamic performance. The lines of the 5000 GT were not merely superficial; they were an artful manifestation of the powerful and sophisticated engine technology beneath, exemplifying the meticulous attention to detail that defines the Maserati brand. As a true testament to Bertone’s commitment to originality and innovation, the Maserati 5000 GT remains an iconic representation of the perfect balance between performance and aristocratic elegance. Its presence at the Turin Motor Show in 1961 not only showcased the brilliance of Italian automotive design but also solidified the 5000 GT as a timeless classic that continues to capture the admiration of enthusiasts and collectors alike.

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Technical Specifications

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    1961
  • Make
    Maserati
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    5000 GT
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