After my two post the rumor starting going to my head and I thought the same thing. In one of the photos the horse is right on the back which is BS, mules never have badging so I am guessing that was a nice photoshop adjustment.I read a quote from Ferrari that they will never put out a Dino or any "cheaper" Ferrari. Cloaking this smaller car in Ferarri badges would be a good way to through the public off until the Maser two seater was ready for an announcement.
There were those rumors about a smaller, lighter, faster Mas.
Are you serious? Those two cars look nothing alike. The car first posted is obviously clothed in 599gtb-like body work and the car you posted is a photoshopped Porsche Cayman made to look like what they think a modern day Dino would resemble.looks like the same mule, don't you think?
i admire people with such photoshop skills.
What do they have to gain? How about people putting off purchasing a GranTurismo to wait for a new Spyder? Yes everyone knows that they will eventually build another Spyder, the questions is WHEN?What does Maserati have to gain by dressing the next Spyder in a Ferrari suit for testing? It's pretty much a forgone conclusion that in order for them to be competitive they will have to offer a convertible. The Ferrari and Maserati divorce got kinda ugly so I doubt they would allow Maserati to use Ferrari in such a way.
I have to laugh a bit whenever I see some of these "spy videos". A "spy video" will rarely been top quality with optimal vantage points for filming, which this Edmunds video featured. I counted at least 5 or 6 different camera locations - hardly something you can plan in advance unless you're in on the game...