The cool factor is off the charts for this stunning yet
A few Bora facts. The Bora was designed by Giugiaro and
was first introduced to the world at the 1971 Geneva
Motor Show. It was named after the Bora winds of
Trieste. The car was Maserati's response to the
The earliest cars were powered by a
mid-engined 4.7L V8, later enlarged to 4.9L. The
Bora was the first Maserati with fully independent
suspension and the car had several innovative
technological features, partly thanks to Maserati
being part of the Citroen family during the period.
The Bora was a true supercar of its time, capable of
more than 175 mph. It shared the same ZF 'dog leg'
five speed transaxle as the Ford GT40.
A total of 564 Boras were built between 1971 and
1978. Our 1973 model is one of 275 4.9L examples.