A debt ridden Maserati was not able to develop an entirely new car, and accordingly the Shamal shows its Biturbo heritage in the doors, interior, and basic bodyshell, which were carried over from the Biturbo.
The Shamal sold new in 1991 for 125 million lira--about $99,300 in U.S. dollars of the era. On the wild assumption that half of a Shamal was pure profit, Maserati would have had to sell 5,500 of them in order to dig itself out of its financial hole. Instead, Maserati sold 2,130 cars in 1991, total.
The Maserati Shamal ran from 1990 until 1996. This example is the last of the mod el being built in 1996. It comes with a 3.2L Bi-Turbo V8 producing 326BHP. This car was way ahead of its time. It was the fastest production Maserati ever built. Genuine 3 owner car from new. The previous owner who had owned it for 4 years only travelled 1,600Kms.
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