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Offline NM2255

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The MC Stradale is the sportiest version of Maserati Granturismo. This car has a V8 engine and 450hp @ 7.000rpm. Looks the lovely exterior details


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Offline anotherforumuser

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Pretty decent all rounder you'd imagine.






Offline 360c

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Unfortunately it is ruined by the stupidity of deleting the rear seats. The car is far, far, far too big and heavy to be any good on the track, no matter how racy it looks. Better to have the rear seats, or at least have the ability to put them back in as an option.
These cars will not be bought by track day junkies like Scuderia/GT3 target market. They will spend their time as sporty road transport, and in that context deleting the rear seats is utter stupidity that will cost a LOT of sales. When I initially heard about this car I thought it would be a good replacement for my Granturismo S 4.7ltr. As soon as I found out it had no rear seats I lost all interest.

I predict there will be very, very few sales here.



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Unfortunately it is ruined by the stupidity of deleting the rear seats. The car is far, far, far too big and heavy to be any good on the track, no matter how racy it looks. Better to have the rear seats, or at least have the ability to put them back in as an option.
These cars will not be bought by track day junkies like Scuderia/GT3 target market. They will spend their time as sporty road transport, and in that context deleting the rear seats is utter stupidity that will cost a LOT of sales. When I initially heard about this car I thought it would be a good replacement for my Granturismo S 4.7ltr. As soon as I found out it had no rear seats I lost all interest.

I predict there will be very, very few sales here.

why would you need 4 seats??? not enough room for legs isn't it ?
my car does 0-100 in 30 mins

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Offline anotherforumuser

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FAIL as an all rounder you'd imagine.
Fixed..

I made that comment thinking it had a back seat...
you'd think the whole idea would be to have something you can throw the dirt magnets in the back of and track as well....
I can see 360's point totally.



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