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Maserati make song and dance out of the extra 10kW (that’s not a misprint - it’s a weeny 10 kilowatts) and additional 20Nm. More important is the friction-reduction campaign that has reduced fuel consumption and emissions by 6 per cent to 14.5 l/100km and 337g/km CO2. The end result is 331kW/510Nm for a 0-100km/h time of 5.2 seconds.
The ZF box gets longer steering wheel paddle shifters made of carbon fibre - which is dotted around the car as a trim material - and the box changes gears twice as fast as the existing model and blips on downshifts while manual mode will allow the engine to run to the rev limiter. Suspension springs are 15 per cent stiffer and there’s ben modifications to the dampers. The brake rotors are ventilated, drilled and slotted to minimise fade..