Maserati “3500 GTi”, Touring, 1962
The first mass-produced Maserati Grand Touring car, the A6 1500, was introduced in 1947, after the firm had been moved to Modena following the acquisition by Cav. Adolfo Orsi in 1937. At the 1957 Geneva Motor Show, Maserati introduced the 3500 GT, an elegant and powerful coupé designed by Carrozzeria Touring.
Updated during the production years with front disc brake, 5-speed gearbox, indirect fuel injection system, the 3500 GT was a great commercial success and was built in an uncommon number of examples, considering the period and its sports specifications.
- 2014 Exibition in MEF Museo Enzo Ferrari di Modena “Maserati 100 – A Century of Pure Italian Luxury Sports Cars” .