Allure, elegance, engineering excellence and passion are the hallmarks of Maserati models such as the GranTurismo, the first modern 2-door, 4-seat coupé which combines power, elegance and futuristic design with surprising practicality, and the GranCabrio, the brand’s first ever 4-seat cabriolet.
Maseratis are immediately recognizable for their extraordinary personality and appeal to the most discerning tastes.
The latest generation of Maserati’s flagship sedan, the Quattroporte, and the new full-size luxury sedan, the Ghibli (presented at the 2013 Detroit and Shanghai auto shows), will provide major impetus to the brand strategy that includes production of some 50,000 units per year and a significantly strengthened presence in the global luxury car market.
Maserati - synonymous of luxury and elegance - has relied on Automator production for the identification of its product and its components:
Impact technology - for the flat surfaces, obtaining a deep and readable marking even after the finishing of the piece.
Rolling technology - for round surfaces, with markings fast and deep, without any optional axes in addition.
Dot technology - for each type of surface, with marking data interfaced to industrial tracking systems. Marking becomes the main support to traceability, throughout the long chain of production operations up to the final user.
Laser technology - for each type of metal, with markings in contrast color for industrial codes, easily legible, that concentrate in a very small area many identification data of the single piece.