A Maserati Shooting Brake has been sold in Italy for €117.600. RM Auctions unloaded the custom Maserati created by coachbuilder Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera in Italy. It is a 2009 Maserati Touring Bellagio Fastback based on the Quattroporte. The hatchback style profile calls to mind the Ferrari FF hot hatch, though the two are worlds apart in other arenas.
The first of just four examples of the Maserati Touring Bellagio Fastback has been sold at auction.
This custom Maserati shooting brake at a glance:
- Chassis no. ZAMFD39B000036271
- Created for Italian financier and former Ducati President Dr. Carlo Bonomi
- This custom car was designed in true ‘shooting brake’ tradition with all of the expected bells and whistles
- One of just four Maserati Bellagio Fastbacks in existence, making it a desirable collector car. It was the first of the four examples to be made
- DOHC V8 engine mated to six-speed automatic transmission
- 395 horsepower lurk beneath the elongated hood
- Four-wheel independent suspension with coil springs
- Equipped with anti-roll bars and four-wheel hydraulic disc braking system
The 2009 Maserati Touring Bellagio Fastback sale made headlines across the globe
Custom shooting brakes are an English sports car tradition. Designers and engineers worked tirelessly to create this tailor-made fastback example, and the price reflects their dedication to the finished product. Bespoke features of this Maserati include:
- A rear refrigerator to chill champagne
- Two 7-inch headrest monitors
- A dog barrier
- A concealed rear gun compartment capable of storing 2 shotgun sized pieces
- Updated tail lamps
- Forest green exterior finished off with 19-inch forged Borrani Bimetal wheels
This is the perfect display of the talents of both Maserati and Touring of Milan and will make a fine addition to the new owner’s collection.
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