Maserati GranTurismo S Superior Black Edition is as stealth as they get

Maserati GranTurismo S Superior Black Edition

Maserati’s head turning Grand Turismo S now has a ‘Superior Black Edition’ crafted by tuner Anderson Germany. If you haven’t already gathered, the car is coated, inside and out, in black. But it’s defiantly not as plain looking as it sounds.

The car’s exterior is repainted in matte black, with tinted front and tail lights to match. Shining black accents include the front grille, rear logo and window frames. A set of 21 inch black gloss wheels replace the Maserati’s standards, and the car is dropped all the way around. Carbon fiber wraps exterior pieces including the mirrors, roof ledges, tailgate, and lateral air inlets.

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Inside the Maserati Superior Black Edition there is, naturally, more black. Carbon fiber details extend to the interior on the door knobs, air inlets, door sill panels, roof liner, seat regulation levers, the steering wheel, radio mask, and even the shifting panels. A ton of media upgrades are included as well, such as the customer sound system, monitors in the headrests, a PS3, sub woofer and amp, and a loud speaker. Black Alcantara, carbon leather, and red stitching finish off the interior’s details.

Of course, no tuner would be complete without at least some kind of power enhancement. Upgrades to the exhaust system help put out an upgraded 485-hp on the car’s 4.7-liter V8.

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Press Release:


To choose a Maserati GranTurismo, a coupé manufactured by the world famous Italian premium car workhop, as a base for possible gentle corrections of this near to perfection driving machine, it demands a lot of mastership and workmanship. But ANDERSON Germany, at home at Dusseldorf and other places in Germany, has rendered several spectacular examples of its efficient inventiveness.

Solely the complete car coating in silky matt black makes blood run cold for many apologists of automobile art made in Italy. Only the window frames, grill and the rear logo are made in shining black. Matching to the whole ensemble both front and tail lamps are tinted.

This cannot go without a tire-wheel-combination of special nature. ANDERSON has chosen proprietary glossy black exclusive rims with carbon framing in 21″ all around, completed by sized 265 tires in front and 295 rear. Not thinkable without adequate lowering. Besides, the exclusive sports engine bonnet, the exterior packet in Carbon – exterior mirrors, the tailgate and roof ledges, as well as the lateral left and right air inlets – merits to be mentioned. Corresponding to the high exclusive demands, the premium car manufacturer has given to the car more sportive front and rear aprons with matching to central exhaust system having remote controllable valve command in two sound levels. The result of this indispensable measure is, on the one side, 13 kg economy of weight and, on the other hand, a more of about 12 HP. The whole made by ANDERSON power increase by means of exhaust enhancement, racing cats and software optimization climbs from already fine 440 serial hp up to meanwhile 492 hp.

The interior also has been pushed up by carbon packet, containing the air inlets, door knobs, the switch desk in the roof liner, the door sill panels, the steering wheel, the seat regulation levers, the shifting paddles, as well as the radio mask. Apropos infotainment: of course, customized sound system with especially made monitor in the dash board, monitors in the headrests, PS3 player, loud speaker, subwoofer and amplifier ensure the appropriate sound. The other grafting works of the interior in black carbon leather combined with also black Alcantara, keder piping and red rhombus seams are based upon the exclusivity of the whole „Synthesis of the arts” and, thus, suitable without any limits!

By: Alexandra Koken