Discover interesting and unique coloring pages with Maserati - a section we deduct especially for all boys of all ages. Formerly this brand was called Officine Alfieri Maserati SA, this company comes from Italy. This manufacturer is known for its racing cars, sports cars and GT or Grand Touring. The company is a subsidiary of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV and is based in Modena, Italy. The brand was first founded in Bologna, Italy in December 1914 by the Alfieri brothers, Ettore and Ernest Maserati. The company's first major product was spark plugs, and during World War I Maserati manufactured equipment for aircraft engines. The Maserati emblem, modeled after the trident held by Neptune on the statue in Piazza Maggiore in Bologna, was designed in 1920 by Mario Maserati.
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Interesting facts about Maserati brand
We wanted to give you some cool and interesting information about this car brand. They will certainly make your time spent coloring pictures of Maserati more enjoyable.
- The history of this Maserati car brand begins with railroad worker Rodolfo Maserati praz his family . In 1900 the eldest son, Carlo Maserati, designed his first single-cylinder engine and placed it on a wooden car chassis. After Carlo's death in 1910, his brother Alfieri moved to Bologna and set up a service center for luxury car manufacturer Isotta Fraschini. After some time he decided to create his own brand and operate on his own. He had his brothers to help him and so the beginnings of the Maserati brand were born.
- The logo of this vehicle is unique and very many people in the automotive industry consider it to be the prettiest in the world. This very trident logo was designed by Mario Maserati, who was an artist by profession and one of the younger Maserati brothers. The logo was inspired by the trident held by Neptune in the statue in Piazza Maggiore in Bologna. It can also be found in one of the coloring pages on our printables page.
- The first car of the brand was completed by the brothers in 1926, its name was Tipo 26th . The car was built with a steel ladder frame, housed a supercharged inline 8-cylinder engine and a three-speed manual transmission. You can color this vehicle on our website. It even participated in several races in Italy and Europe.
- The most popular car of the brand was the V4 sports model produced in the 1920s, which had a 16-cylinder engine. It achieved an impressive speed of 154 miles per hour in 1929.
- During the 1920s and 1930s the company continued to specialize in racing cars that were sold around the world. However, in 1927, the Maserati brothers knew that they had to change direction to avoid going bankrupt That is why they teamed up with Adolfo Orsi. They sold the company to him and continued to work for him in various management positions.
- During World War I and World War II, the Maserati company was responsible for producing, among other things, batteries, as well as many other items necessary for the war effort. During this time, most equipment from this company was bought by the army itself.
- Since its inception, Maserati has been distinguished by the innovation that has been put into every step and that has allowed them to be where they are today. One of the secrets to their success has been their research into ultralight alloys. The company constantly searches for stiffer and lighter metals to improve the performance of its cars. Thanks to this commitment, Maserati is able to consistently deliver world-class sporty driving performance - the kind of vehicles you'll find on the coloring pages of the print portal.