Italy produces some of the finest performance cars on the planet. Here are the cars you think are best.
Nothing is as striking as a wedge-shaped sports car.
What could have been.
Plus Toyota's Le Mans plans, Maserati's SUV, and more
Can you spot the differences?
Maserati's performance coupe soldiers on with the same 460 horses as ever.
Sure, the MC12 might share parts with a Ferrari Enzo, but we don't think that's a bad thing.
Get on a plane and buy yourself something rare and barely legal on the February 8th at RM Sotheby's Paris auction.
That's certainly one way to raise money to fund a racing team.
With all those Porsche Macans and Jaguar F-Paces out there, Maserati's SUV goes up against some stiff competition.
Oddly enough, Tesla didn't get the top spot.
Try fitting this present under the tree.
Someone's been getting their money's worth for this ultra-rare Maserati supercar.
Maserati's coupe will be delayed until the company replaces the GranTurismo.
"The execution and quality of the products of Tesla are the same as a German OEM in the 1970s. Their solutions are not the best."
Everyone remembers the Chrysler TC by Maserati, when really, they should remember this.
It's called the LM847, and it has an insane 470 horsepower.
FCA previously touted a 75-month wining streak; now it says that streak ended in September 2013.
Grand Prix's greatest driver would have been 105 this week.
Don't expect to see it before 2019, though.
It comes with not one, but two–two!–twin-supercharged inline-fours.
Maserati finally has an answer to the Cayenne.
In 1956, Stirling Moss drove a 250F to victory at the Monaco and Italian Grands Prix. Not a bad soundtrack.
You can expect to see hybrid versions of the Quattroporte, GranTurismo, GranCabrio, and the Ghibli.