We are delighted to offer you this stunning Maserati Granturismo MC Stradale, Limited Edition MC 100 Centenario Edition, in Rosso Magma, and Nero Interior, which is a 2015 / 65 Registered Example. Having only covered 2,516 Miles by 1 Careful Owner.
The exterior is presented to you in the striking Rosso Magma, which truly is an eye opener, with the contrasting Carbon Fibre Hood, which is a great combination for this car. Also in an immaculate condition, as you would expect for a car of this very low mileage.
The interior is upholstered in Nero Leather with Rosso Edging and Bianco Stitching throughout. Also in a near new condition without any marks.
The already huge specification of the MC Stradale is highly enhanced by the following options:
Rosso Magma Exterior
Carpets in Nero
Alcantara Headlining in Nero Alcantara
Colour Seat Backrest in Nero
Bose Surround Sound System
Red Brake Calipers
Centennial Interior in Nero / Rosso Corallo Strip
Comfort Pack Front Seats
Carbon Fibre Hood
MC Design Aluminium Driving Pedals
20" Alloy Wheels MC Design Charcoal
Electro-Actuated Switch Controls in Carbon Fibre
Mostrina Sedile in Carbonio
Open Pore Radica Wood Trim
Three Coat Paint
Dual Cast Braking System
Headlining and Pillars in Black
Fabric Headliner in Extra Campionario
Seats with Stitching in Black
Leather Steering Wheel in Black
Tyre Pressure Monitoring System
The Maserati Warranty Expires on the 28th September 2018.
The MOT is not yet due until the 24th September 2018.
The car sits on Pirelli P-Zero Tyres all around.
Front: 255 x 35 x ZR20 (97Y)
Rear: 295 x 35 x ZR20 (105Y)
Front Right: 6mm
Front Left: 6mm
Rear Right: 5mm
Rear Left: 5mm
We have the original Originals Owners Pack with Service History Book and other Reference Material, and 2 Keys.
To arrange a viewing, please contact our team on 01772 663777.
Viewing strictly by appointment.
In September 2010, Maserati released that they will be officially showing a new version of the GranTurismo - the MC Stradale - at the 2010 Paris Motor Show. The strictly two-seat MC Stradale is more powerful (450 PS or 331 kW or 444 hp), friction reduction accounts for the increase, says Maserati, thanks to the strategic use of �diamond-like coating", an antifriction technology derived from Formula 1, on wear parts such as the cams and followers. It is also 110 kg lighter (1670 kg dry weight) from the GranTurismo, and more aerodynamic than any previous GranTurismo model - all with the same fuel consumption as the regular GranTurismo. In addition to two slits in the bonnet, the MC Stradale also receives a new front splitter and rear air dam for better aerodynamics, downforce, and improved cooling of carbon ceramic brakes and engine. The body modifications make the car 48 mm (2 in) longer.
The MC Race Shift 6-speed robotised manual gearbox (which shares its electronics and some of its hardware from the Ferrari 599GTO) usually operates in an "auto" mode, but the driver can switch this to 'sport' or 'race' (shifts in 60 milliseconds in 'race' mode), which affects gearbox operations, suspension, traction control, and even the sound of the engine. The MC Stradale is the first GranTurismo to break the 300 km/h barrier, with a claimed top speed of 303 km/h (188 mph). US market MC's do not have the "Stradale" part of the name, as they are sold with a fully automatic six-speed transmission rather than the one available in the rest of the world.