An elegant four-seater coupe that was first presented in concept form at the 1965 Turin Motor Show, the production-ready Mexico was released at the Paris Motor Show in 1966 thanks to strong interest in the initial concept. Fitted with a 4.7-litre engine derived from the Quattroporte, it was capable of producing 290bhp. With tastefully subtle bodywork and room for the driver plus three passengers and their luggage, this was a luxurious GT that could easily be used as a daily driver. A total of 485 examples were produced and many were sold to well-to-do individuals and celebrities, including Ronald Reagan, Virna Lisi, and Nino Benveuti.
Since its last ownership in Germany, this Maserati has received a lot of attention and was sympathetically restored including a bare metal respray in black with many invoices relating to the work done available in the cars file. Since 2016 this wonderful Mexico has participated in many classic car outings, drawing many admiring looks.