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Vehicle Overview

In 2007, at the request of Maserati’s CEO Karl-Heinz Kalbfell, Zagato prepared a V-Max Concept (prototype prepared and capable of reaching its maximum speed) as a preview of an imminent, limited series.

To create this model, the Milanese atelier had chosen the mechanics of the Spyder 4.2 with a shorter wheelbase of 180 mm, with respect to the coupé, in the same way that had been done for the Karif. Born in the Neoclassic automotive era, which was developed by Zagato in the first decade of the New Millennium, the GS Zagato was designed through virtual reality modeling and handmade with sheets of aluminum on a master model (on a scale of 1:1).

This is the approach of a modern atelier, using the latest design technology and expert craftmanship for the process of construction.

The change in Maserati’s management prevented the production of this model, which would have married the performance of Ferrari’s eight cylinders to a lightweight, short-wheelbase and compact body in the best tradition of the two brands.

Technical Specifications

  • Body
  • Year
    2007
  • Make
    Maserati
  • Model
    GS
  • Coachbuilder
    Zagato
  • Length (mm)
    N/A
  • Width (mm)
    N/A
  • Height (mm)
    N/A
  • Photo credits
    Wouter Melissen
  • Engine Type
    N/A
  • Designer
    Norihiko Harada

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