Maserati‘s centennial celebrations will step up a gear with a spectacular display of its 100-year history at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Taking over the Stable Yard at the Goodwood estate, the Italian manufacturer will have cars from past and present feature in its largest display ever.
The headline piece will come in the shape of the Maserati Alfieri Concept, which will be making its UK debut at the Festival. Named after one of the Maserati brothers, the Alfieri Concept, a 2+2 sports car, has recently received the Design Award for Concept Cars & Prototypes at the Villa d’Este concourse.
Also on display will be a selection of Maserati’s most iconic machines from across the years, including the 1960 3500 GT and 1964 Mistral Spyder, which is valued at over £300,000, along with original first generation Quattroporte and Ghibli models from the 1960s. As well as historic cars, the full modern day Maserati lineup will be on display, including the UK debut for the GranCabrio MC Centennial Edition.
The iconic brand will also be taking over the Goodwood Hill, having been assigned a class all to itself. The ‘100 Years of Maserati’ parade will feature over 20 Maseratis from the past 100 years, including the Tipo 26M – the oldest Maserati at the event – the 250F, winner of the 1957 Formula One World Championship and the Indianapolis 500 winning 8CTF Boyle Special. The GranTurismo MC Stradale and GranCabrio MC will also form part of the Michelin Supercar Run.