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Spyder III

With the restyling of 1991, the Biturbo name was dropped for the open Spyder models. A series of aesthetical and technical upgrades were brought to the Spyder. The most significant modification regarded the introduction of 4 valve-per-cylinder heads with 4 overhead camshafts, which served to increase the performance despite the fitting of a catalytic converter. Wherever allowed by the legislation, customers could also specify the car without the catalytic converter. From a styling point of view, the car was reworked with new, slimmer headlights, taller bumpers and sills, 16” six-spoke alloys, more aerodynamic rear-view mirrors and a peculiar spoiler at the base of the windscreen invented by Marcello Gandini.

Data sheet Spyder IIISpyder III cat. Spyder III (2800) cat.
Model code Tipo AM333Tipo AM333Tipo AM333
Body type 2+2 spyder2+2 spyder2+2 spyder
Design Zagato - GandiniZagato - GandiniZagato - Gandini
Production years 1991 - 19941991 - 19941991 - 1994
Maserati era De TomasoDe TomasoDe Tomaso
Numbers produced 509 (Spyder III & Spyder III cat.)510 (Spyder III & Spyder III cat.)200
Chassis Monocoque steel constructionMonocoque steel constructionMonocoque steel construction
Dry weight1,333kg1,370kg1,369kg
Engine configuration 90° V6, 24 valves, double overhead camshaft, twin-turbo90° V6, 24 valves, double overhead camshaft, twin-turbo90° V6, three valves per cylinder (two intake, one exhaust), single overhead camshaft, twin-turbo
Maximum power 245hp @ 6,000rpm 240hp @ 6,200rpm 225hp @ 5,500rpm
Top speed 230km/h 225km/h220km/h
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