The Maseratie Gran Turismo MC Stradale is the type of car that will immediately get noticed. It's seen as not a car, but a juicy sports coupe that separates itself from the competition. Unveiled at the Paris Motor Show in 2011, the 2011 Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale is the best looking version of the brand's GranTurismo coupe selection. The new Maseratie GranTurismo MC Stradale will be the fastest, lightest, and most powerful car in the Maserti range. It's inspiration came from the company's racing program, which is generally built for enthusiasts who crave an exhilarating driving experience. The car hit the European market in February of 2011 and Maserati has yet to release any dates of when the car will be released in the US. With the MC Stradale's popularity growing it shouldn't take long for the car to reach the international stage.
The GranTurismo MC Stradale Sports Coupe shows some similar features to the GranTurismo S model but features a significant weight reduction, an increased horsepower and increased torque. Overall, the additional features of the GranTurismo MC Stradale give it the ability to outperform the base model and with the car being able to go from 0-100km/h in just 4.5 seconds it will be one of Maserati's most powerful vehicles.
With the history of Maserati cars proven to be beyond superior, you can believe that this model is proven to be much more advanced than its predecessors. This car is said to be the sportiest Maserati that currently exists in the family. One thing that is worth noting is that the Italian tuning company has also worked on some aerodynamic details of this sports car, particularly a central air scoop on the hood , which is flanked by large air vents.
With the MC Stradale being inspired by Maserati's racing department, the car has some unique features that provide an additional racing feel for drivers. One of these is a race mode setting that features an upgraded transmission that allows the driver to change gears in just a few milliseconds. The MC Stradale also features an improved suspension system, carbon ceramic breaks and top of the line racing tires. The 2011 model has two racing seats in the front and has gotten rid of the seats in the back. The engineers that created the MC Stradale used an aerodynamic design so the vehicle does not lose any handling or performance when reaching its maximum speed.
The MC Stradale was created as a response to a need for a GranTursismo which incorporates every day driving, with sport performance. The vehicle has exquisite control and includes the aerodynamic design from Maserati's racing program that was described earlier. The car produces an impressive aerodynamic force without the drag as cars with similar features, which allows it to produce more power by actually using less fuel. It's now much more agile which is proven, but it still doesn't sacrifice the GranTurismo's known reputation.