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This car brand has become an Italian legend, a symbol of luxury and wealth. The brand owes its name to the creators - the Maserati brothers.
In 1929, Maserati developed a V4 model with 16 cylinders, which became the record holder on the 10-kilometer track in Class C — 246. 069 km/h.
Alfieri died in March 1932. The last models developed under his leadership were the 4CTR and 8C 2500.
His successors were brothers Ernesto, Ettore and Bindo.
In 1933, Tazio Nuvolari became a member of their team.
He brought improvements of a technical nature to the design of machines and became the winner of the Grand Prix held in Montenegro, Belgium and Nice.
In 1936, Gino Roveri made large financial infusions into the company, and his representative Nino Farina became the chairman of the board.
During the years of his leadership, the 6CM subcompact car was released.
Growing competition from Ferrari and Alfa Romeo made the 50s quite difficult for the company.
In 1962, the first four-door Sebring model was presented, and the following year — a four-door version of the car from the Quattroporte model series with a V8 engine installed and a working volume of 4136 cc.
In 1973, Citroen announced the liquidation of Maserati.
The reason for this was the oil crisis, which was the first to suffer the fiasco of sports cars that require significant fuel costs.
Then the Italian government intervened in history, being under the influence of the Association of Entrepreneurs, led by the goal of saving jobs for people.
During these events, Maserati became the property of the state — the GEPI agency.
On August 8, 1975, Benelli became the majority owner of Maserati, and Alessandro de Tomaso, a former racing driver, became the CEO.
In the 1980s, developments related to biturbo engines appeared, as a result of which the world saw a number of Biturbo models equipped with engines of this type.
The model remained in production until the end of the 20th century.
On July 1, 1997, the FIAT concern sold part of the company (50% of shares) to the eternal competitor Ferrari.
The Quattroporte model, which debuted in Frankfurt in 2003, won the favor of consumers and became the sales leader in its sector.
2005 was the year of Maserati's return to FIAT, which also had a positive effect on the company's success — Maserati finally began to bring some profit for many years.