Maserati SciàdiPersia by Touring Superleggera - Coachbuilding from the 60s

Maserati SciàdiPersia by Touring Superleggera - Coachbuilding from the 60s

Maserati race experience and tradition gets lost in the time and fuse itself with 20th century italian history. In 1959, when the Shah of Iran, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, commissioned to Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera a chassis to complete his 450s derived Maserati, the stunning result of their work raised jet set’s envy all over the world.

That iconic car became worldwide famous, because of its elegance, as the Maserati ‘’Scià di Persia’’ and is now back in the business, based on the GranTurismo and redesigned, once again, by Touring Superleggera.

The Sciàdipersia is a 2+2 fuoriserie, hand-built exclusively to order, in a strictly limited edition of no more than 10 examples.

An upgraded interior is included and weighs in at over 400 pounds less than the GranTurismo, making the most of the 454 BHP Ferrari-designed V8, which pays homage to the ‘59 four-seater’s engine.

Sciàdipersia is the paradigm of italian coach building and Maserati racing spirit, today as in the past.

 


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