The Maserati Biturbo was a group of executive grand tourers manufactured by Italian automobile manufacturer Maserati between 1981 and 1994. In December 1988 Maserati unveiled the most powerful variant of the two-litre models: the 2.24v, powered by the new four-valve head engine.
This new subfamily of the Biturbos paired Maserati’s state-of-the-art four-valve 2.0 L V6 with the new Meccanica Attiva suspension. The 4.24v also enjoyed all of the exterior trappings of the 2.24v, including black trim and grille, black deep side skirts and a small spoiler on the boot.
First registered in 1991 in Italy by Maserati-Dealer Capparelli Ravio in Cosenza, this matching numbers example has only 67,000km recorded on its odometer. Around the millennium, it was imported to Germany by its current owner and is offered with comprehensive service history, German papers, 2 sets of keys, all invoices since 2002 and value report from this year.