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MASERATI

Mexico

1966 - 1972
Italy

🗃 Grand tourer

The Maserati Mexico's design derived from a 2+2 prototype bodywork shown on the Vignale stand at the October 1965 Salone di Torino[2] and built upon a 4.9-litre 5000 GT chassis,[3] rebodied after it had been damaged. As the car after the show was sold to Mexican president Adolfo López Mateos, the model became known as the Mexico.[4] By coincidence, John Surtees won the Mexican Grand Prix on a Cooper-Maserati T81 the following year.[4] Vignale's prototype was so well received that Maserati immediately made plans to put a version into production.
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