Take a Look at the Top 5 Maserati Concept Cars to Date
When you look at the cars that Maserati has released to the world, you see an impressive and stunning lineup of vehicles.
Known for their lavish designs, we will take a look at those concept cars that have and will inspire future models to come. Maserati is a brand that doesn’t often release their concept cars, but the Maserati concept cars we have seen have been stunning. We will now look at some of the most amazing Maserati cars to date.
1. Maserati Concept Cars: Maserati Boomerang
This concept car was released in 1971 at the Turin Motor Show, but it began attracting significant attention from the Geneva Motor Show. What drew people to this concept car the most was the unique wedge-shaped and sharp creases along the exterior. While it was initially listed as a road car, this car was only meant to be a one-off show car. This concept is a design that was created by Giorgetto Giugiaro and would inspire his future designs for years to come.
2. Maserati Birdcage 75th
Designed by the Pininfarina team, this was a functional concept car that the team designed, led by Lowie Vermeersch. At the 2005 Geneva Auto Show, this car that was made to honor the iconic Maserati Birdcage race car famous from the 60s was introduced. It was a project that was completed with a collaboration between Motorola, Pininfarina, and Maserati. Surprisingly. It only took about two months to complete this car, using 3D renderings.
3. Maserati Concept Cars: Maserati A8 GCS Touring
The Pininfarina design inspired the A8 GCS Touring in 1954 for the A6 GCS. The goal of this design was not only to create something timeless but also to take some of the retro angles of the earlier model. While it was first introduced in 2008, the final concept came a year later, offering a 4.2-liter V8 engine that provided 385 horsepower.
4. Maserati Alfieri Electric
The original concept for the Alfieri was introduced in 2014, but this concept is intended to hit the market eventually. The non-electric version may be released sometime in 2020, with the electric version coming the year after. The goal for this concept was to take not only the performance that Maserati boasts but to take this into the electric market. There are also plans to potentially create a hybrid version of this sleek and stylish car as well.
5. Maserati Concept Cars: Maserati Kubang
The Kubang was initially revealed in 2011 at the Frankfurt Auto Show. This car, which hasn’t been introduced for production, came from the Maserati Fiat subsidiary. The original Kubang was introduced back in 2003 in the form of a GT Wagon, but this was a more modern update into the famous SUV market. This update led to the 2015 release of the Maserati Levante. This design aimed to maintain the stunning look and power of Maserati and gave fans the SUV they didn’t know they needed.