Maserati Biturbo 2.24v.1988 - 1992
Model: Biturbo (1981 - 1991)
Wikipedia (Biturbo): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maserati_Biturbo
In December 1988 Maserati unveiled the pinnacle of the two-litre line: the 2.24v., powered by the new four-valve head engine. The 2.24v. debuted the more modern wraparound front and rear fascias with integrated foglights, and deep side skirts. It was also distinguished by the 14" disc shaped alloy wheels, black grille and trim treatment, rear deck spoiler and lower body two-tone paint. The bonnet was adorned by two reversed NACA ducts to extract hot air from the engine bay, as on the Karif. In 1991 Gandini's restyling transformed the 2.24v. into the 2.24v. II. The new series cars was fitted with a catalytic converter, and got Meccanica Attiva suspension on all four wheels as standard. By 1993 production ceased.