Maserati – Biturbo Spyder

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Vehicle Overview

In 1984, the collaboration with Maserati resumed at full speed. Alejandro De Tomaso, enchanted by the one-off A6G/54 Spider, awarded Elio and Gianni Zagato the task of creating the design and production of the Biturbo Spyder.

Distinguished by a shorter wheelbase of 11 centimeters, compared to the “closed” version (that was adjusted in order to strengthen the chassis and harmonize it with the body), the Birturbo Spyder retained the same six-cylinder, two-liter, twin-turbo engine.

Stylistically, it was characterized by a fabric roof that, once lowered, disappeared into a special compartment created by the new design of the rear.

In 1989, the model evolved with a new version equipped with a more powerful, 2.8-liter engine. In the same period, the commercial push also launched in the American market, where it was sold with a 2.5-liter engine and catalytic converter. In total, production reached nearly 7,000 units.

Technical Specifications

  • Production
  • Mileage
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  • Registered
    1984
  • Make
    Maserati
  • Model
    Biturbo Spyder
  • Coachbuilder
    Zagato
  • Length (mm)
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  • Width (mm)
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  • Height (mm)
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  • Photo credits
    zagato.it
  • Engine Type
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  • Designer
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