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Maserati Granturismo Makes Its Chinese Debut

Maserati Granturismo Makes Its Chinese Debut

The Maserati GranTurismo has made its Chinese debut with its unveiling this week (21 April 2008) at the Beijing International Motor Show by Maserati CEO, Roberto Ronchi.

The Chinese market is Maserati's seventh largest market in the world and, with deliveries of 82 cars delivered in the first quarter of 2008, Maserati has doubled its sales over the same period last year. In 2007 Maserati delivered a total of 210 cars in China via a network of 11 Maserati dealers.

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