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The photo that we show to you has been released yesterday on the tangential west of Milan. Our reader Claudius Celentano (we pick the occasion in order ringraziar it), has had the prontezza to photograph with cellular the this Maserati prototype, during a test in means to the traffic. Unfortunately the low resolution of the image does not concur us to appreciate all the differences with the GranTurismo, to which this prototype is similar very in appearance. In truth some details not just secondary would considerably differentiate it from the lussuosa coupè: the posterior one more is rounded off and "bombato", and the trunk seems escaping more. Sharpening the sight then, you will notice as the drainages are not more four, but only two, for more than shape oval, to difference of the four of section almost circular of the GranTurismo.
 

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The photo that we show to you has been released yesterday on the tangential west of Milan. Our reader Claudius Celentano (we pick the occasion in order ringraziar it), has had the prontezza to photograph with cellular the this Maserati prototype, during a test in means to the traffic. Unfortunately the low resolution of the image does not concur us to appreciate all the differences with the GranTurismo, to which this prototype is similar very in appearance. In truth some details not just secondary would considerably differentiate it from the lussuosa coupè: the posterior one more is rounded off and "bombato", and the trunk seems escaping more. Sharpening the sight then, you will notice as the drainages are not more four, but only two, for more than shape oval, to difference of the four of section almost circular of the GranTurismo.
Oi...

And they gonna send it for a spin on one of Milan's autostradas, for everyone to see..?

You've got to be kidding... :D

However, about news you could see

http://www.pistonheads.com/news/default.asp?storyId=17547

Now, assuming that is to be taken for real it would blow-up the water the talks of plugging a beefed-up V8 (unless, of course, it is a planned upping for the GT range) thus leaving the GS-vacated segment to the new baby Ferrari (production much more than a rumor now.)

A de-tuned engine... pretty much the same engine... no real evoultion since 2002, when it first appeared..? Pretty lame if true.

Boy, how much I love my GS :D
 
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