100 Years of Maserati
With the month of December Maserati officially enters the 100th year of its history - the Maserati brothers, Alfieri, Bindo, Carlo, Ettore, and Ernesto established the company on December 1, 1914, in Bologna, Italy.
The Maserati MC12C is presented at the 100th Annual Los Angeles Auto Show 30 November 2006. The LA Auto Show will be open to public from 01 December to 10 December. (AFP/Getty Images) A picture taken on April 27, 2002 shows a Japanese sportscar fan admiring a Maserati A6GCS Berlinetta Pininfarina during an exhibition of Italian sports car Ferrari and Maserati at the Tokyo Contemporary Art Museum 27 April 2002. Andrea Pininfarina died in a car crash, the Ansa news agency announced on August 7, 2008. (AFP/Getty Images) The new Maserati Concept car Alfieri is presented at the 2014 Paris Auto Show on October 2, 2014 in Paris, on the first of the two press days. (AFP/Getty Images) A limited edition Aston Martin 'ONE-77' motor-car stands on display after the launch in Mumbai on April 15, 2011. UK-based Aston Martin joins Ferrari, Maserati and Volkswagen AG's Bugatti and Lamborghini units in India with the company launching three models for the country's sports car enthusiasts. The company will sell the V8 Vantage, priced at INR 15,500,000 (348,314 dollars), the Rapide at INR 21,500,000 (483,146 dollars) and the One-77 for INR 200,000,000 (4,494,382 dollars) in Asia's third-largest economy. (AFP/Getty Images) General atmosphere during the 31st Torino Film Fest on November 25, 2013 in Turin, Italy. (Getty Images) German driver William Balz in his Maserati competes during the 5th edition of the 'Le Mans classic race' on July 11, 2010 at Le Mans, western France. This event, which takes place every two years, gathers cars manufactured from 1957 to 1961 which have already competed in Le Mans 24-hour endurance race from 1923 to 1970. (AFP/Getty Images) Queen Elizabeth II steps into a Citroen SM Maserati limousine as French President Jacques Chirac walks behind it after they reviewed troops on the Champs Elysees avenue in Paris 05 April, 2004, at the start of the queen's three-day state visit to France to mark 100 years of formal friendship between France and Britain. The Entente Cordiale, signed in London on April 8, 1904, resolved a number of colonial disputes and helped to forge an alliance against a resurgent Germany. (AFP/Getty Images) Pedro Rodriguez drives the #4 Cooper-Maserati T81 during the Daily Mail Race of Champions on 12 March 1967 at the Brands Hatch circuit in Fawkham, Great Britain. (Getty Images)