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Spyder

With the introduction of the Maserati Spyder, at the Frankfurt Motor Show of 2001, again a new area started for Maserati, this time an area of close technical collaboration with group partner Ferrari. Whilst the exterior of the new Spyder still bore a strong resemblance to the 3200GT model, under the skin this car was completely new. Under the bonnet, the twin-turbo unit has been dropped in favour of a completely new, normally-aspirated 4.2L V8 with a dry sump lubrication system. Also the transmission was totally new. The gearbox was moved to the rear end of the car where it forms a single unit with the differential (transaxle). The Spyder has a shortened wheelbase with respect to the Coupé and is strictly a two-seater only. The soft-top opens and closes fully automatically. This model initiated the return of the Maserati brand to the United States.

Data sheet Spyder GT Spyder Cambiocorsa
Model code M138M138
Body type2-door, 2-seater convertible with power roof2-door, 2-seater convertible with power roof
Design ItaldesignItaldesign
Production years 2001 - 20072001 - 2007
Maserati eraFerrariFerrari
Numbers produced3,889 (all)3,889 (all)
Chassis Stress-bearing steel with front and rear sub-frameStress-bearing steel with front and rear sub-frame
Dry weight1,620kg1,630kg
Engine configuration 90° V8, 32 valves, double overhead camshaft, dry sump90° V8, 32 valves, double overhead camshaft, dry sump
Displacement4,244cc4,244cc
Maximum power 390hp @ 7,000rpm390hp @ 7,000rpm
Top speed 285km/h285km/h

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