Maserati introduced the Biturbo in 1981 and the same line in a great diversity of variants of 2 + 2 and convertibles were built until 1994. The purpose of Maserati with the Biturbo line was to connect the traditional name of the brand and offer reasonably affordable sports cars to a larger audience. The Biturbo was initially a commercial success , however, despite several facelifts this success did not last. In 1991, the Biturbo underwent its 2nd major facelift and the top model was introduced called the Shamal.
The Maserati Biturbo Spyder featured here, is a Dutch car delivered in 1991 still in the hands of its original owner. The vehicle has the strongest motorization of the Spyder with the 2.8 liter six cylinder biturbo under the bonnet. The car has always been inside and has a low mileage for its age. Recent optically and mechanically serviced by us, this beautiful cabriolet is completely ready for use to be enjoyed in the summer.