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TMR Team | Oct, 14 2013 | 0 Comments

A new four-seat version of Maserati's top-shelf GranTurismo MC Stradale, launched earlier this year at the Geneva Motor Show, is now on sale in Australia.

Joining the two-seat MC Stradale and the four-seat GranCabrio MC, just 20 examples of the new coupe variant will be offered in Australia, priced at $345,000 plus on-roads.

Among the GT MC Stradale's features are a new carbon fibre bonnet design with central air intake, and new forged 20 inch wheels with a twinned five spoke design.

Power is provided by the same 338kW 4.7 litre V8 engine offered with the two-seater, mated to an MC Race Shift 6-speed robotized manual gearbox.

Maserati promises a 0-100km/h time of 4.5 seconds - again matching the two-seater model - and top speed is listed at 303km/h.

Other tweaks for this special include a 10mm lower ride height with eight percent stiffer springs, a 25mm diameter front roll-bar, Brembo ceramic-carbon brakes and 295/35 Pirelli P-Zero Corsa tyres.

This could be the last version we see of the ageing current-generation GranTurismo, with a new model expected to appear early in 2015.

Little is known about the new model, although reports suggest it will be smaller than the current model, with a 2+2 seating arrangement featured in the cabin.

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