Maserati Kyalami

Maserati Kyalami

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Maserati Kyalami (named after South Africa's Formula One circuit) was a new model rushed into production after Alessandro de Tomaso took helm of the company. De Tomaso, never shy of copying anything good (confer his Deauville, a smoothed-out copy of Jaguar's XJ 6, or his sports car prototype shown at the Turin Salon in 1974, a virtual carbon copy of Fiat's X1/9), took Tom Tjaarda's design of the De Tomaso Longchamp (itself inspired by the Mercedes 450SLC) modified the front and rear end to create a distinctive Maserati feel for the new car. The interior was also upgraded to incorporate classic Maserati elements such the steering wheel and instrumentation. The Kyalami, a four-seater notchback coupe, was launched at the 1976 Geneva Motor Show and was initially available with Maserati's 4.2 litre V-8 engine (255 hp) and, starting in 1978, with a 4.9 litre-V8 delivering 290 hp, both engines coupled with a ZF 5-speed manual transmission or on request a 3-speed automatic.Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.


Title:Maserati Kyalami
Author: Frederic P. Miller, Agnes F. Vandome, John McBrewster
Publisher: - 2010-07-26
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