The Maserati Biturbo was a family of luxury sports cars, saloons and grand tourers produced by Maserati between 1981 and 1994. The original Biturbo was a two-door, four-seater notchback coupé (of somewhat smaller dimensions than the BMW 3 Series of the time) featuring, as the name implies, a two-litre V6 engine with two turbochargers and a luxurious interior. The car was designed by Pierangelo Andreani, an engineer from the De Tomaso team, somewhat influenced by the design of the recent Quattroporte III (Italdesign Giugiaro).
All Maserati models introduced from the Biturbo's inception in 1981 until 1997 were based on the original Biturbo architecture. Among them the coupés as the 2.24v. and the Racing, saloons as the 420, 425 and 430, the convertible Spyder, the Karif, the 228, the later grand tourers like Shamal and Ghibli II, as well as the Maserati Barchetta which used an ultimate version of the biturbo V6 engine.
2.0 (122 cui) V6
Performance 180 kW (245 PS) at 6250 rpm. Torque: 296 Nm (218 ft/lb) at 5000 rpm. Max speed 230 km/h. Acceleration 5.9 s ~ 0-100 km/h. Fuel gasoline. 5-speed Manual transmission. Engine 1 996 ccm (122 cui), 6-cylinder, Furcate, 24-valves.
2.8 (171 cui) V6
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Fuel gasoline. 5-speed Manual transmission. Engine 2 800 ccm (171 cui), 6-cylinder, Furcate, 18-valves.
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2.0 (122 cui) V6
Performance 151 kW (205 PS) at 6500 rpm. Torque: 255.5 Nm (188 ft/lb) at 3200 rpm. Max speed 225 km/h. Acceleration 6.5 s ~ 0-100 km/h. Weight 1 286 kg. Fuel gasoline. 5-speed Manual transmission. Engine 1 996 ccm (122 cui), 6-cylinder, Furcate, AM452/10.