Maserati is part of the group of emblematic automotive companies that make up the so-called Valley of Motors, an area that extends between the cities of Modena, Maranello and Bologna, and where the Ferrari, Maserati, Lamborghini and Pagani headquarters are located, in addition to the Ducati brand for motorcycle lovers.
It is easy to recognize an italian car as italians have always applied their artistic mindset to everything they do. The sports car sector has also been affected by this and as a consequence of this, italian car designs are among the most popular in the World.
Maserati origins date from the beginning of the century, when Maserati brothers founded the company in Bologna. They took the trident as an emblem of the new brand, inspired by the statue of Neptune that exists in the main square of the Italian city. After the death of Alfieri Maserati the company went through several hands until today. At the moment it is part of the Fiat Chrysler conglomerate.
Throughout the 100 years of history of Maserati as a brand, it maintains its differential value by forging cars with a brilliant sporting attitude along with excellent quality, comfort, luxury inside and elegant shapes outside.