31 March 2004 - Ferrari and Maserati will take the British Motor Show by storm in May when three new models make their public debut at The Sunday Times Motor Show Live from 27 May to 6 June at Birmingham’s NEC.
Both brands will exhibit together at the show with dedicated zones on a shared 550m2 stand in Hall 6, which will also include a special Formula 1 car from the world championship winning team. A grand total of nine Ferrari and Maserati road cars will be displayed offering enthusiasts a unique opportunity to compare these exotic models at Britain’s only International motor show.Ferrari
A star among stars, the all-new, all-aluminium 612 Scaglietti four-seater Ferrari raises the art of grand touring to a new level of sophistication. Longer, wider and taller than the 456M it replaces, with a wheelbase increased by 350mm, the 612 offers ease-of-entry for rear-seat passengers to an outstandingly luxurious cabin which will accommodate four adults in absolute comfort. Powered by Ferrari’s most advanced V-12 engine, the 612 Scaglietti has a top speed of 199 mph and features, for the first time on a Ferrari, a computerised electronic stability and traction control system.
Throughout The Sunday Times Motor Show Live, the complete range of Ferrari and Maserati cars can be seen in Hall 6 at the NEC.
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