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Anderson Germany Maserati GranTurismo Superior Black

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Superior Black is Anderson Germany’s idea of a cool Maserati GranTurismo. It’s a bit too black though.

This is one heavy tuning job. They have modified everything they could. Starting with the body, the car gets a matt black wrap to go with its new carrbon fiber body kit, including exterior mirrors, the tailgate and roof ledges, as well as the lateral left and right air inlets and a sporty new bonnet. We particularly liked what they’ve done to the exhausts and created a Ferrari Scuderia effect.

Anderson has blacked-out everything, even the badges. The wheels? yes, they’re black too and comes in size 21-inch with 265 tires in front and 295 rear. Thanks to those exhaust and some ECU trickery, the power has also gone up from 440 to 493 hp.

The interior, however, is where they’ve really spent every dollar. The car gets exclusive air inlets, door knobs, the switch desk in the roof liner, the door sill panels, the steering wheel, the seat regulation levers, the shifting paddles, as well as the radio mask. Carbon fiber, black leather and Alcnatara and red stitching are the dominant features of the cabin.

The tuner has also installed an entertainment system with monitor in the dash board, monitors in the headrests, PS3 player, loud speaker, subwoofer and amplifier. To be honest, that’s a bit too much as well.

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