The Turin Motor Show ended Sunday 14th June with its most spectacular phase, the Gran Premio Parco del Valentino, in which 300 exclusive cars paraded through the elegant streets of the city centre
Maserati took part in the parade of Motorsport cars, which led the procession, with the Maserati MC12 Versione Corse driven by Michael Bartels, winner of the 2010 FIA World Championship GT1 title alongside Andrea Bertolini.
This was followed, as a tribute to the automotive firms which took part in the show, by the parade of classic and modern cars, in which Maserati was represented by the 3500 GT Vignale Spyder, which led the procession (this car was first presented on the Vignale stand at the Turin Motor Show in 1959), all three generations of the Ghibli (‘60s, ’90s and 2013), the Spyder 90th Anniversary, the 3200 GT, the Coupé Cambiocorsa, the special MC Victory edition of the GranSport, three GranTurismo S cars and the fifth-generation Quattroporte.
A large number of fans visited the Maserati stands to admire the brand’s cars.
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