Maserati's GT Sport gets a nose job

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IOL mot pic feb20 Maserati GT Sport New air-intake profiles improve air-flow for both engine intake and brake cooling.

Maserati has given the GranTurismo Sport a mild facelift for the upcoming Geneva motor show - but this is a Maserati, after all, so there's also a little extra under the bonnet, with the 4.7-litre V8 now tuned for 340kW.

The most obvious changes, however, are to the front treatment, where an entirely new bumper frames new headlights that include, for the first time, LED daytime running lights.

Maserati also says the new air-intake profiles also improve air-flow for both engine intake and brake cooling.

The only change at the rear is new tail-light clusters with smoked lenses.

Inside, there are new, completely redesigned seats - front and back - and a chunkier steering wheel.

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08:22am on 22 February 2012
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A visual and aural delight! The best in the business.

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07:00am on 22 February 2012
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The most beautiful car in the world.

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