Maserati is a world-famous Italian company specializing in producing costly, stylish, and premium class cars. With a solid reputation for grand tourers, Maserati cars have always been a trendy mode of transportation. During its earlier years, Maserati concentrated mainly on creating race cars. Towards the end of the 1950s and in the early 1960s, the company began to steer its priorities towards luxury road cars. Around this period, models such as Ghibli, Quattroporte, Mistral, and 3500 GT were launched.
The whole world started talking about Italy as a luxury sports car manufacturer thanks to the Maserati brand. Many prominent people prefer this brand, including former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi.
Over the decades, Maserati has gone through many different owners. In the 1990s, there was a hiatus from US sales, but the Maserati made a come-back in 2001 with its Spyder and Coupe models, which the improved Quattroporte shortly followed. Today, Maserati enjoys great popularity under Fiat and Alfa Romeo’s ownership as its lineup continues to expand. Even as the line keeps producing more models, they have maintained their charm, style, and high performance that established the company as an icon in the motor industry.
Its exclusive brand of dramatic compositions and intoxicating success also increase in its limited lineup. This involves mid-sizers such as the sleek Levante crossover and flashy Ghibli sedan as entry-level models that bear the company's signature trident badge. The luxury GranTurismo race car and great Quattroporte sedan appeal to the richest clientele.
Since the last century, Maserati has regularly participated in famous racing events, achieving the highest results. Today the company develops rapidly, designing new models, and some of them belong to the budget class. Maserati remains one of the most popular sports brands in Italy and all over the world.