The Ferrari-Maserati divorce has put the Italian supercar universe back in order, with Maserati emerging with its strongest model line since the 1960s. The newest models include the MC-20 supercar, a high-performance Grecale SUV, and the GranTurismo. The gas-fueled Maserati GranTurismo arrives in spring, with an electric version coming in late 2023. Sources suggest a $170,000 starting price.
Premier CEO Mitch Katz was one of four respected authorities featured in Sports Car Market magazine’s current roundtable discussion regarding COVID’s impact on blue-chip collectibles. According to Mitch, there are no “safe bets” when it comes to predicting the future value of any car. Read what else Mitch has to say in this interview.
The Aston Martin DBX, the marque’s first SUV, has arrived. It has been billed as “an SUV with the soul of a sports car” by the brand. The car starts at $189,900 and is ready to compete with other luxury brand SUVs.
Porsche finally unveiled its first electric model, the Taycan Turbo and Turbo S. The world’s preeminent sports car maker has gone electric, an in a uniquely Porsche way. Taycan’s 93.4-kWh battery pack lasts on average over 250 miles per charge.
In this issue of Residual Values — our series of interviews with automotive industry leaders — we feature automotive publisher Keith Martin, who has built a reputation over the past 30 years as one of the most knowledgeable and respected voices in the foreign and domestic sports car market.
The Atlanta Concours d’ Elegance was held at the beautiful Chateau Elan Winery and Resort which is owned by Dr. Donald Panoz. Dr. Panoz started manufacturing hand-crafted sports cars bearing his name in the 1990’s and several Panoz street cars and race cars were part of the Concours display.
When Restorations Go Bad: If the shop is not doing the job right – or at all – get the car and take it somewhere else. Read the full article here.
Read about a Dispute Over a 1958 Porsche 356A Speedster in the latest edition of Sports Car Market’s Collector Thoughts.