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<iframe width="640" height="360" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/Q3avULPfwe4?rel=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>In a small, out of the way basement, some men of genius authored the birth of a racecar. A Maserati racecar. A century ago, a carefully welded chassis, hand forged engine blocks and pistons, sheets of bent steel, locally produced leathers and wood were measured precisely, riveted, bolted and stitched around the clock.
And then one day, out of a dark, non-descript basement in Via De Pepoli, a humble Alfieri Maserati and his brothers, quietly ushered their master piece onto the racing stage to face the "Giants".
The death defying Targa Florio appeared, and amazingly, won.
And today, a century after, a new generation of equally passionate and determined carmakers at Maserati are repeating this feat, they are writing the next chapter of the history of this brand, faithful and mindful of how this brand was born and its obligations to tradition.
This car is our homage to Maserati's sports heritage, and it is the future of Maserati design.
Out of our Centro Stile in Italy, a group of our designers, have been hard at work shaping what I think is one of the most beautiful sculptures on wheels.
Alfieri is the essence of Maserati style. A classic 2+2 sport car that conveys the marque's design language of the future. Like all concept cars from Modena, it has a desire to be real. It has very strong, yet subtle features. Alfieri confirms Maserati's sporting vocation. It proves that Maserati is always Maserati.