Saw one in the flesh with the owner depositing a couple of shopping bags from a designer shop in the frunk. That's all he had room for!Yes, this one comes in at £305k after options. He loves the look of it and seems to like the GT setting but points out that you couldn’t really use the car in that capacity due to lack of storage. I guess you’d get some football kit in it though, so it’ll probably suit some of the Brand Ambassador’s comrades(?).
The folk buying them new will likely have about £1m or more of other exotica too. Nobody who has £300k is spending it on a Cielo, it’s someone who’s got £5m and they fancy one.£300k plus... thats a lot of money.
You could have the best 32, 42, and GS MC victory as well as the last of the GT and GC and still have change to run them for a few decades.
I spoke to a chap at the NEC who said that he'd never been bothered by Maserati before. Didn't like them in fact until he saw the Cielo. He had sold some land and wanted to know the lead time on the cars as he was planning on ordering one. He'd be coming from Porsche, so not £1m cars.The folk buying them new will likely have about £1m or more of other exotica too. Nobody who has £300k is spending it on a Cielo, it’s someone who’s got £5m and they fancy one.