Maserati GS Zagato 2007

The Maserati GS Zagato, on show at Villa d’Este in 2007, was born from an idea by Karl-Heinz Kalbfell - Maserati’s CEO - who wanted to build a special series of Zagato collectible coupés based on the Spyder GS, which, compared to the production version, had a shorter wheelbase (by 22 cm). This model features a body shape that recalls the historical 1954 Maserati A6G, one of the most attractive Italian GT berlinettas ever produced, today top rating for the collectors. The GSZ is a compact two-seat, coupé, hatch back, with a bodywork made entirely of aluminium and a slender line with a contained tail.