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 III Spyder III cat. Spyder III (2800) cat.
Model code Tipo AM333 Tipo AM333 Tipo AM333
Body type 2+2 spyder 2+2 spyder 2+2 spyder
Design Zagato - Gandini Zagato - Gandini Zagato - Gandini
Production years 1991 - 1994 1991 - 1994 1991 - 1994
Maserati era De Tomaso De Tomaso De Tomaso
Numbers produced 509 (Spyder III & Spyder III cat.) 510 (Spyder III & Spyder III cat.) 200
Chassis Monocoque steel construction Monocoque steel construction Monocoque steel construction
Dry weight 1,333kg 1,370kg 1,369kg
Engine configuration 90° V6, 24 valves, double overhead camshaft, twin-turbo 90° V6, 24 valves, double overhead camshaft, twin-turbo 90° V6, three valves per cylinder (two intake, one exhaust), single overhead camshaft, twin-turbo
Displacement 1,996cc 1,996cc 2,790cc
Maximum power 245hp @ 6,000rpm 240hp @ 6,200rpm 225hp @ 5,500rpm
Top speed 230km/h 225km/h 220km/h
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