May 31, 2022

Blog: Maserati Cambiocorsa Coupe

This 2004 Maserati Cambiocorsa Coupe is being offered by a seller in Burnaby, BC for $28,000 with approximately 82,000 kms on the odometer. It is finished in Grigio Nuvolari Metallic over Cuoio Sella brown leather interior trim. The seller is accepting crypto or trades as payment. 

In 2004 Maserati made some exterior changes to both the Coupe and Spyder (the two-seater version). This included a new, larger grill with its bottom edge deeper into the front bumper, an oval Maserati logo appearing on the hood, and dual exhaust outlets embedded in the back bumper. The vehicle sits on 18” alloy wheels with a 15-spoke design. 

Produced by the Italian manufacturer from 2001 to 2007 at the Viale Ciro Menotti factory in Modena, only 13,423 were released. This was the last design of Giorgetto Giugiaro, and it was named the Best GT by Forbes in 2001. 

The interior design was largely based on the 3200 GT, with ten shades of interior leather available, and the ability to customise one’s preferred piping and stitching. The Maserati Coupe seats four, and comes equipped with such safety features as front and side airbags, and the Maserati Stability Program, which brings the vehicle under control when needed using traction control, motor spin regulation, brake force distribution, and anti-locking braking. 

This RWD Maserati is powered by Ferrari’s F136 R - a 4.2-liter 32-valve DOHC V8 rated at 385 horsepower at 7,000 rpm with peak torque of 332 lb-ft at 4,500 rpm. Another departure from the 3200 GT, this was a larger displacement engine at 4,244 cc and naturally aspirated, in contrast with the twin turbocharged induction engine that Maserati had favoured previously. Its crankcase and cylinder heads are an aluminium and silicon alloy. This is paired to a 6-speed F1-type automated manual transmission with paddle shifters. A new clutch was installed with service records available. Operating modes include Normal, Sport, Auto, and Low Grip - these adjust stability, shifting, and suspension to the driver’s preference. 

A light alloy double wishbone suspension is employed, with anti-roll bars, “Skyhook” adaptive damping with coil-over shock absorbers, and six accelerometers that monitor wheel and car body movement. The Brembo braking system uses light alloy four-piston callipers and cross-drilled large ventilating discs. 

You can view the listing here.