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1988 | Maserati Biturbo Si

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Beschreibung

The Maserati Biturbo is the world's first production engine with two turbochargers. - and it is also the first production car to have three valves per cylinder. cylinder. Passion for Italian thoroughbreds and cheeky Italian eighties design are among the main motivations that can make one buy a Biturbo, drawn by the brutal power of its supercharged V6. The Biturbo was developed under the watchful eye of company owner Alejandro de Tomaso. The intention is to produce a car that can function equally well as a daily utility vehicle and as a sports car when the owner is in the mood. Pierangelo Andreani uses the origami style for his designs – a style that is angular and angular and was introduced by Giugiaro and Gandini back in the late 1960s and 1970s. Funnily enough, Gandini is later hired to give the model a design lift in 1988 and 1991 to keep the styling up to date. After an unsuccessful period of Citroen ownership and a brief period under the Italian government agency, De Tomaso plans to build a "compact" five-seat coupe powered by a 2-liter V6 engine, with its power entrusted, to not one, which it was fashionable at the time, but two whole turbochargers. The engine retained the 90° V6 format from the previous Merak driven by a single overhead camshaft, with three valves per cylinder. cylinder, two intakes (one small and one larger, which together provide a swirling effect that increases combustion efficiency) and a single exhaust valve. This engine is fed by a single twin-choke Weber carburetor "blown" by two IHI turbochargers. The output reached 225 hp at 6000 rpm, which gives the car a decidedly sporty character. The stated performance figures are a top speed of 215 km/h and acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 6.5 seconds. The presentation to the press takes place, not coincidentally, on 14 December 1981 - coinciding with the 67th anniversary of the foundation of Officine Alfieri Maserati - while the presentation to the general public is reserved until the "showcase" at the Geneva Motor Show in March of 1982. The Biturbo name is changed to 222 in 1988 with the first major redesign of the car. A total of 22,660 units were produced, including the special Racing and 2.2 4v models. Having created a series of sports cars under his own name, Alejandro De Tomaso could never have dreamed of being remembered as the creator of the most controversial model that has the trident on the grill. The former Argentine racing driver and entrepreneur gave Maserati a new lease of life with this model. Km read 58,600

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Fahrzeugdaten

Marke
Maserati
Modellreihe
Biturbo
Modell
Biturbo Si
Erstzulassung
04.1988
Baujahr
1988
Tachostand (abgelesen)
58’598 km
Fahrgestellnummer
ZAM331B00HB117376
Motornummer
Nicht angegeben
Getriebenummer
Nicht angegeben
Matching numbers
Nein
Anzahl Vorbesitzer
Nicht angegeben

Technische Details

Karosserieform
Coupé
Leistung (kW/PS)
162/220
Hubraum (ccm)
1996
Zylinder
6
Anzahl Türen
2
Lenkung
Links
Getriebe
Manuell
Gänge
Nicht angegeben
Antrieb
Heck
Bremse Front
Scheibe
Bremse Heck
Scheibe
Kraftstoff
Benzin

Individuelle Konfiguration

Außenfarbe
Rot
Innenfarbe
Andere
Innenmaterial
Teilleder

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Fahrbereit

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