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Thursday, February 16, 2023

Take a look back the Maserati GS Zagato

Unique ONES As we all knew, that Maserati as an automotive company that has existed for a long time, of course, has produced many exotic models. And among the many models, it turns out that many have succeeded attracting interest of coachbuilder like Zagato to make improvements so that other unique and exotic models emerged, such as the following Maserati GS Zagato.
The Maserati GS Zagato is built by Zagatofor Paolo Boffi, a successful furnishing and luxury design entrepreneur, and at the 2007 Concours d'Elegance Villa d'Este in Cernobbio, Italy. (Picture from: UltimateCarPage)
Like many of its illustrious ancestors, the Maserati GS Zagato has all-aluminum bodywork and bears the famous Trident badges of Maserati on the hood and Zagato's Z on the wings, expressing timeless Italian excellence in form and content. A match-winning combination of strong and reliable mechanics, with an elegant and sporty style, both carefully crafted in Italy.
The Maserati GS Zagato is built based on the Maserati GranSport Spyder. (Picture from: Supercars.net)
As quoted of MotorTrend, the mentioned car commissioned by Paolo Boffi, a successful furnishing and luxury design entrepreneur, the GS Zagato is based on the Maserati GranSport Spyder and is said to bear a design that echoes 1954's Maserati A6 G Zagato or this one.
The Maserati GS Zagato's interior featured with bespoke upholstery saw its way into Zagato commissions and was meticulously crafted by the finest hands in the industry. (Picture from: UltimateCarPage)
For compact coupé purists, fans of the Milano-based brand, this is a two-seater hatchback, with a sleek profile and neat tail. The 180 mm shorter wheelbase, spin-off of the Spyder, provides excellent handling and cornering stability, with outstanding torsional rigidity.
The Maserati GS Zagato (on the right) posed along with its predecessor 1954 Maserati A6G/2000 Zagato. (Picture from: UltimateCarPage)
As quoted of Superscars, in homage to the tradition of the gentlemen drivers who asked Zagato to transform the bodywork of their cars, modern collectors choose mechanics at the top level of technical evolution and address' them in tailor-made garments that increase in value as time passes. Unfortunately, we didn't find suitable video featuring this car and instead here is a video about the 1956 Maserati A6G/2000 Zagato;
As we all knew, Zagato founded in 1919 as an auto and aircraft workshop, and has stamped its famous badges on all the most important mechanics of the past century, seizing the opportunity to create a something of instant classic every time.
The Maserati GS Zagato featured with a sleek profile and neat tail. (Picture from: UltimateCarPage)
The Zagato's strengths lie in its concept of sporty elegance, a functional design that does not bow to ephemeral fads but seeks the joy and pleasure of driving, and in its precious aluminum bodywork, a value recognized everywhere. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | NETCARSHOW | CARSCOOPS | MOTORTREND | ULTIMATECARPAGE | SUPERCARS.NET | HOTCARS ]
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