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The Indy (AM 116) by Italian carmaker Maserati was built between 1969 and 1975. It belonged to the grand tourer class, representing the “S” (sport cars) market segment. The car was offered with a fastback coupe body.
Coachwork design was done by Carrozzeria Vignale. It was launched at the Geneva Motor Show in March of 1969. It was so named “Indy” to celebrate the two Indy 500 wins by Maserati.
There were 3 successively larger engines offered with the Maserati Indy. In 1969, the inaugural Indy was offered with a 4.2-litre V8 engine. In 1970 it got a larger 4.7-litre or 4700 as an option concurrent with the 4200. In 1972, Maserati added the new 4.9-litre V8 engine to the choices. 1,104 Boras were produced in all. 440 of those were Indy 4.2s, 364 were Indy 4.7s and 300 were Indy 4.9s.
The 1975 Maserati Indy 4900 Vignale Coupe was available for both Europe and North America. It was a 3-door coupe body type with RWD (rear-wheel drive) and a manual 5-speed transmission. It had a petrol (gasoline) Tipo 107 V8 engine with displacement of 4931 cm3 or 301.1 cubic inches. The advertised power was 235 kW / 315 hp / 320 PS and it had torque of 481 Nm or 355 lb-ft. The car’s top speed was 265 km/h (165 mph) as declared by the factory. It had a speedy 0-60 mph time of just 5.4 seconds and a 0-100 km/h of only 5.7 seconds. It could do the standing quarter mile drag (402 m) in only 13.9 seconds.