/Wheelsandmore Maserati MC Stradale Demonoxious

Wheelsandmore Maserati MC Stradale Demonoxious

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German tuner Wheelsandmore had the devil’s own job trying to improve the Maserati MC Stradale, so when they decided to give it a name that reflects that. They call it the Demonoxious, which is pretty much perfect, what with the way it looks, and the hellish power it packs.

The Maserati Gran Turismo has been around for quite a while now, and although the MC Stradale version introduces some welcomes changes, the shape is starting to look its age. Over the years many tuners have had a go at it and done pretty much everything that could be done to give it a different look. So with this treatment WaM decided to focus its energy on giving the Maser more power and improve its driving experience.

So you don’t get much in terms of styling features. There’s a set of 21-inch 6Sporz wheels finished in black, accompanied by red brake calipers and low coilover suspension system that make the wheels pop, and WaM’s signature stripe. That is about it.

under the hood, the engineers of the renowned tuner have fitted the Italian V8 engine with a bespoke stainless steel exhaust system, new from headers to the tailpipe, and also tweaked the air intake system and upgraded the software that controls the motor’s functions. But the the main highlight of this package is a supercharger unit bolted on top of the engine.

Those changes result in a massive 200-hp power gain, bringing the total output of the Stradale’s V8 to 666 horsepower and 640 nm of torque. That firepower translated into a 0 to 100 km/h sprint time of 3.8 seconds and top speed of 320 km/h.

It is a fast way of getting to hell!

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