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Kyalami

The Kyalami indicated at the same time the end and the beginning of an era. It was the last Maserati coupé equipped with the illustrious V8 engine and it was the first developed under the new ownership of Alejandro De Tomaso. The Kyalami was actually based on De Tomaso’s own Longchamp model, but the Ford-Cleveland V8 was removed in favour of Maserati’s own four-cam V8, and the original design from Tom Tjaarda was elegantly reworked by Frua. Only 200 units were produced of this car that was named after the South African race track where the Maserati-engined Cooper Formula 1 cars scored an important win almost ten years earlier.

Data sheetKyalami 4.2Kyalami 4.9
Model codeTipo AM129Tipo AM129/49
Body type 2-door, 4-seater coupé2-door, 4-seater coupé
DesignFruaFrua
Production years1976 - 19831976 - 1983
Maserati eraDe TomasoDe Tomaso
Numbers produced12575
ChassisSteel platform chassisSteel platform chassis
Dry / kerb weight1,550 / 1, 750kg1,550 / 1, 750kg
Engine configuration 90° V8, double overhead camshaft 90° V8, double overhead camshaft
Displacement4,136cc4,930cc
Maximum power265hp @ 6,000rpm 280hp @ 5,600rpm
Top speed240km/h240km/h
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