The Maserati Sebring was launched in 1962 at the Geneva Motor Show, and named after the brand’s victory at the 12 Hours of Sebring race. Produced until 1969, the model was available three different engine capacities: a 3.5-liter, a 3.7-liter, and a 4-liter. Two series of Sebring were made, the first series being produced until 1965, and the second between 1965 and 1969. The 1966 Maserati Sebring series II boasted a revised design, with cues taken from the contemporary Quattroporte. Side grilles replaced the lower extraction vents, front bumpers were modernized, and rear ones were squared off, and turn signals and headlamps were redesigned. Designed by Vignale, the 2+2 GT was intended for the American wealthy clientele and therefore equipped with an automatic transmissionnever seen on an Italian GT before as well as a comfortable and luxurious interior.
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