Maserati with three Classical cars at Padua Motor Show
The A6 1500, 5000 GT Allemano and A6G-54 Allemano. These are the three Classical Cars that Maserati has brought at the 34th edition of the Padova Historical Auto and Motorcycle Show.
The A6 1500 (design by Pininfarina) was the first Maserati road model with a project born in 1941 in Modena, carried on during the war and officially unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in 1947.
The 5000 GT Allemano was previewed at the Turin Motor Show in 1959, was Turing's caravan and was nicknamed "Shah of Persia" with a total production limited to only 3 units.
The A6G-54 Allemano reproposed the theme of the high-performance medium-sized car as both a road version and a more extreme version for competition. The Maserati stand in Padua also host the Model Year 2018 of Ghibli GranSport.