Maserati Alfieri concept celebrated at the Geneva Motor Show

By Marlon Votta - Mar 4, 2014

To commemorate their 100th anniversary the Maserati Alfieri concept has been celebrated at the Geneva Motor Show and plenty of images of this sleek looking motor have started to emerge. Personally, this is one of the most attractive cars I have had the pleasure of seeing during this event and the new Maserati Alfieri gives us the impression the future is bright for this prestigious car company.

We have provided a couple of images that come courtesy of the GT Spirit website along with details and information about the Maserati Alfieri, like the fact that this is named after one of the Maserati brothers who founded Officine Alfieri Maserati.

Designed at their Centro Stile in Turin this looks like the sleekest version we have seen for a while now and the concept is said to follow on from the 1957 3500 GT and 1959 5000 GT, not forgetting the 1969 Indy.

Maserati Alfieri concept celebrated at the Geneva Motor Show

The Alfieri is based on the Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale and supports a 24 cm shorter wheelbase measuring in at 4,590 mm with a 2,700 mm wheelbase. Boasting a 4.7-liter naturally aspirated V8 engine the Alfieri contains a six-speed, electro-actuated gearbox along with a limited slip rear differential.

Are you impressed with the overall look of this Maserati Alfieri concept? This is definitely a smooth looking motor.

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Maserati Alfieri concept celebrated at the Geneva Motor Show