Indy Coupé 4200
In 1968, Citroën bought Maserati from Omer Orsi and continued the momentum of the Ghibli by presenting "Indy" in 1969.
This new Coupé, from the Vignale prototype at the Turin 68 Motor Show, bears a name that pays tribute to Wilbur Shaw's victories at the Indianapolis 500 Miles 1939 and 1940, on 8CTF "Boyle Special" (MC05).
The proposed line is fluid and the car is low, longer than the Ghibli, more livable, but remains balanced in 2 + 2 configuration,
The Maserati 4.2l 260hp V8 keeps up with the pace of this racy family coupe.