While a lot of us would dream about owning a Maserati, most of us cant – for reasons that a look at your wallet would more than explain. However a nice way of skirting around the absence of a Maserati in your garage is explaining that you couldnt think of a performance car that is fuel thirsty and not eco-friendly.
You could actually support that argument – flimsy as it may sound – by purchasing a Maserati 8CTF. Created by Maserati in partnership with a Sicilian Bike Maker , the 8CTF bicycle is custom made to fit the rider. The name 8CTF comes from the legendary racing car which won the Indianapolis 500 mile race in 1939 and 1940.
Highlights include the silver Trident on a grey background on the hubs, which are said to be inspired by the Maserati’s supercharged three-liter engine, the 1930s style Maserati logo on the frame that resembles the metallic plate identifying the car’s chassis, and the enameled oval which is a faithful reproduction of the one on the car’s bonnet.
Only 200 of these beauties will ever be made, so make sure you plonk down your deposit today. The limited edition is currently up for order from Maserati for USD $5120. Shipping not included.