2016 Lazareth LM847 With Monstrous Maserati Engine

The Lazareth LM 847 features a duel-wheel hub center steering front end and duel back end wheels to boot, mounted upon a monstrous Maserati engine – V8, 32-valve powerhouse packing 470hp at 7,0000rpm. In terms of torque, the Maserati V8 engine is good for some 457 lb-ft at 4,750 rpm. In terms of transmission, the LM847 has a single-speed gearbox with a a hydraulic coupler and duel chain final drive meaning the bike requires zero shifting while in use. It is priced at $217k and is available now for anyone with a death wish.

Zagato Maserati Mostro

Take a look at Zagato Maserati Mostro. While its official unveil is scheduled for this weekend at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este in Lake Como, Italy, Milan based coach builder extraordinary Zagato gave a preview of their latest creation. Designed as a tribute to their 1957 Maserati 450S ‘il Mostro’, it makes sense that the new version is also made for the track but legal for the street. An all carbon fiber body is moved forward by a V-8 mated to a semi-automatic 6 speed transmission. Suspending all of this get up and go is accomplished via a dual wishbone set-up along with 19 inch wheels. Only five examples of the new Zagato Mostro will be built, and according to the company, all deliveries will be finalized before December 2015.

Maserati Bora Concept by Alex Imnadze

This is not a real car. In fact, it’s not even a picture of an upcoming real car that will become real. Alex Imnadze has created a fantastic render of a modern Maserati Bora. For those of you that are familiar with the Bora, you will see that the render has a lot in common with the original 70’s poster car but is completely modernized to an extent that isn’t over the top. A design study on a Maserati supercar, the Bora Concept features a long, sleek design, signature high-spoke wheels, and a few other Maserati design cues along the front, side and back angles.

Classic 1957 Maserati 250S

A classic mid-century Maserati has been restored to perfection for a showing at the RM Auctions London exhibition this September. This 1957 Maserati 250S is one of just a few ever constructed, a vehicle that represented the best of the 200S series that was popularized on the amateur racing circuit. Unlike the smaller 200S, the 1957 Maserati 250S was powered by a hefty 230 horsepower inline 6 engine that raced to 161 mph against professional-class competition.

Luxury SUV by Maserati

When we’re talking about Maserati we’re talking about luxury sports cars. But Italian brand decided to expand its range and has just revealed first SUV called “Maserati Kubang”. This model is the result of a partnership between Fiat Group, owner of Maserati, and Chrysler. “Maserati Kubang” will enter the SUV market in 2013 to rival directly with the Porsche Cayenne. It uses the same architecture with the Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.7, it features an impressive V8 engine and has that generates 450 hp. It will be manufactured in Detroit, United States, by Chrysler. What do you think this luxury SUV?