MASERATI IndyClassic Car
This was more like it – based on a shortened version of the Quattroporte’s chassis, but with a wider track, the Vignale-styled Indy looked every inch the supercar it was supposed to. Compared with the Mexico it replaced, the Indy was a huge success. The 2+2 coupé also saw a change in Maserati construction technique, as the chassis and body were now welded (instead of bolted) together, described as a unitary body. None of that mattered on the road where, in 4.7-litre form, the Indy could exceed 160mph in the right conditions, making it one of the world’s fastest four-seater cars.