Produced between 1974 and 1982, the Maserati Khamsin was a 2+2 coupe GT, named after an Egyptian desert windfollowing Maserati’s trend in naming models after violent hot winds. The Khamsin succeeded to the popular Ghibli in the V8 range, and the brand didn’t make another V8-engined vehicle until 1990, when the Maserati Shamal was released. Designed by Marcello Gandini, the model was presented on Bertone’s stand at the 1972 Turin Auto Show, marking the first collaboration between the manufacturer and the coachbuilder. As the Maserati Khamsin was developed under Citroen’s ownership, the model was equipped with hydraulically powered systems for the brakes, the steering, the clutch, and the seat adjustment mechanism. The 1981 Maserati Khamsin benefits from the latest design cues, including three additional vents on the front, aiding with the car’s cooling.
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