Alfieri Concept Car

Maserati Alfieri is our homage to Maserati's sporting heritage and it is the future of Maserati design. The Alfieri Concept Sports Car from Maserati is here.

Inspiration. Not revival

One of the most iconic cars of all time inspired the Alfieri designers. The 1954 Maserati A6 GCS by Pininfarina was a thoroughbred racing machine and masterpiece of automotive design. But Alfieri is not a nostalgic and retrospective study. It is, rather, a contemporary expression of beautiful sculpture—on wheels.

Alfieri. The father of Maserati.

Alfieri Maserati adored speed. He raced cars both as a mechanic and from the driver’s seat with great success.

He was a visionary, an extroverted character and a realist all at the same time.

100 years of history

It was Tuesday, December 1, 1914, when Alfieri, Ettore and Ernesto Maserati opened their workshop on Via de’ Pepoli 1 in Bologna. The name of the company was Societa’ Anonima Officine Alfieri Maserati. And while World War I interrupted their activities, it did not quench their aspirations. They returned from the front unscathed and more creative than ever.