Maserati Biturbo 222





Maserati Biturbo 222

Year of production 1988 - 1990

Model: Biturbo (1981 - 1991)

Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maserati_Biturbo#222

In 1988, with the coupés being restyled, the Biturbo name was dropped in favor of 222 - meaning 2-door, 2-litre engine and 2nd generation. The car carried all the visual clues of Gandini's first facelift, with a more rounded grille and bonnet, different wing mirrors and rear spoiler. The engine size of the 222 E export model grew from the Biturbo's 2.5 to 2.8 litres. A mixed velour-leather interior was standard on the domestic models, while export markets got leather trimmings as standard.

1990 saw the arrival of the 2.8 L 222 SE, heir to the Biturbo ES. It inherited the latter's limited paint finish availability (red, silver or black) and the black trim and grille, while modern aprons and side skirts (blacked out as well) came from the 2.24v. After just a year the 222 SE was replaced by the 1991-restyled 222 SR; the SR offered adaptive suspension as an option. Simultaneously the very similar 222 4v. joined the lineup; it was a 222 SR with a 2.8 L four-valve engine, the first DOHC car in the direct Biturbo lineage. It used the wider, 16" 7-spoke wheels.

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biturbo 222 422 owners manual italian.pdf Italian 11.7 MB 122

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1988 Maserati Biturbo 222 w6

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Fuel gasoline. 5-speed Manual transmission. Engine 105 ccm (6 cui), 6-cylinder, Wankel.

1992 Maserati Biturbo 222

Fuel gasoline. 4-speed Automatic transmission.