Maserati has turned its beautiful and potent GranTurismo MC Stradale into a
machine that is just as fast but even more practical, technically advanced and
even more beautiful.
First launched in 2010, the two-seat GranTurismo MC Stradale took development ideas from its Trofeo racing cars seamlessly blending them into its GranTurismo coupe. This year Maserati took those ideas and evolved its light-weight two-seat super coupe into the four-seat 2013 GranTurismo MC Stradale.
Its all-new carbon-fiber bonnet not only creates high-speed downforce and improves cooling, but also means the four-seat GranTurismo MC Stradale retains almost the same dry weight as the discontinued two-seat version. This means it continues to be the lightest and fastest car in the Maserati GranTurismo range, even though it now offers comfort to four adults instead of two.
Interior: Fours Seats
Its black grille and the red accents on the Trident mark it as one of Maserati's MC range even to casual observers, but some of the biggest developments have been inside the Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale, where four lightweight seats replace the two seats from the discontinued 2010 two-seat version.
Front seats utilize carbon fiber back to achieve their low weight and also cater for Maserati's traditional luxury with a combination of leather and Alcantara trims.
The Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale has three steering wheel options, all of which have multi-function buttons and a flat-bottomed section on the circumference. They can be delivered in full leather, a combination of leather and Alcantara or a combination of leather and carbon-fiber.
To continue its more aggressive interior theme, the Maserati GranTurismo MC's gearshift paddles are longer than those in other GranTurismos to facilitate easier gear shifting in more demanding driving situations, and come in concert with drilled alloy pedals.