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Anderson Works Over The Maserati GranTurismo S

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With a string of creations just as beautiful as this black-on-black Maserati GranTurismo S from Germany’s Anderson, it’s easy to understand why the tuning firm is quickly becoming recognized as one of the best in the industry when it comes to working on high-end European exotics.

In stock form, the Maserati GranTurismo S is already a fine machine but thanks to subtle touches all around, Anderson has turned the stunning GT into a fine piece of art.

This starts with a set of 21-inch alloy wheels finished in glossy black and wrapped with low profile tires. There’s also a suspension lowering kit to give the car an aggressive look but also to improve the handling. However, the one standout feature is the satin matte black finish with tinted glass and lights.

Inside, Anderson’s designers have gone just as over the top, with black leather and Alcantara everywhere, plus contrasting red stitching. Carbon fiber highlights are also used to further add that performance look and feel.

But it’s not just about good looks as the Anderson Maserati GranTurismo S also comes packing some engine tuning. Key features include a high-flow sports exhaust system and intake as well as some ECU optimization. The end result is an output of 492 horsepower from the car’s 4.7-liter V-8, a healthy bump over the stock model’s 440 horsepower.

Of course, if you happen to own a Maserati GranTurismo Convertible, most of the modifications you just read about can be applied to your car too.
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  1. how many times can you say wow....i liked the Masa GT S, but it was never a real must have type of dream car. But this aftermarket version has put it right up there. A very classy way to have a Black car. I can see the cashed up sports cars and celebs lining up to get their grubby little mits on this bad boy
     
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  2. Haha I have to agree with you again. Love Anderson's stuff. Plus the Maserati GT is one of my favorite cars.
     
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