10 Most Expensive Maserati

The 1956 Maserati A6G/2000 Berlinetta by Carrozzeria Allemano is the most expensive Maserati ever auctioned, selling for a record $5,280,000 in 2018. One of only four examples built, this rare fastback coupe features beautiful coachwork by Carrozzeria Allemano over the high-performance A6GCS racing chassis. Its one-of-a-kind styling and Maserati racing pedigree make it the priciest model in the company's history.

Throughout its over 100-year history, Italian luxury car manufacturer Maserati has produced some of the most coveted and expensive vehicles on the market. Known for their refined power and signature style, Maserati cars exude elegance, performance, and exclusivity. While the Italian brand offers relatively affordable models like the Ghibli sedan, they have also crafted limited production and concept cars that sell for millions at auction.

From classic racers to modern hypercars, Maserati has made some of the priciest cars ever sold. Here are the 10 most expensive Maserati models ever auctioned:

Top 10 Most Expensive Maserati

10. 1953 Maserati A6GCS/54 Spyder

In the tenth spot is a 1953 Maserati A6GCS/54 Spyder, one of only four Spyder models built and the 1954 evolution of the iconic A6GCS race car. Featuring a 2.0L inline-six engine with 170hp, five-speed manual transmission, and lightweight alloy body,

This rareSpyder sold at RM Sotheby’s Monterey 2018 auction for $2,420,000. Stunning craftsmanship and racing heritage make the A6GCS/54 Spyder a prized collector’s item.

9. 1953 Maserati A6GCS/53

Selling for $2,750,000 at a RM Sotheby’s auction was this 1953 Maserati A6GCS/53, the first iteration of the A6GCS line. One of just 16 ever built, it featured a 2.0L straight-six making 170hp paired with a four-speed manual.

Weighing just 1,720 pounds with alloy coachwork by Carrozzeria Fantuzzi, the A6GCS/53 was a nimble and quick racer. Its lightweight construction and Maserati racing provenance place it among the most valuable collectible cars.

8. 1954 Maserati A6GCS/54 Zagato

At number eight is another rare A6GCS model – the 1954 Maserati A6GCS/54 Zagato. One of only two ever produced, this car featuring Zagato’s signature lightweight aluminum bodywork over the A6GCS racing chassis sold for $2,800,000 at a 2012 Pebble Beach auction.

Notably driven by F1 great Juan Manuel Fangio, this Zagato-bodied racer displays exotic coachbuilt beauty and priceless racing history.

7. 1957 Maserati A6G/54 Spider

Sold for $3,300,000 at an RM Auctions event, this 1957 Maserati A6G/54 Spider represents one of just 52 open-top examples ever produced. Essentially a road-legal version of the A6GCS race car, the A6G/54 featured a twin-cam 2.0L inline-six with 170hp and a four-speed gearbox.

Lightweight aluminum bodywork gave the Spider quick acceleration and handling, while amenities like a convertible top made it much more livable than its hardcore racing counterpart. The low production numbers and speed of the A6G/54 Spider contribute to its multi-million dollar value.

6. 1972 Maserati Boomerang Concept

A radical Giugiaro-designed concept car, the 1972 Maserati Boomerang fetched an impressive $3,714,522 at auction in 2015. A wedge-shaped vision of the future with glass covering the entire front end, this futuristic concept featured a 4.7L V8, five-speed manual, and seats molded right into the chassis.

One of the most eye-catching designs in Maserati’s history, the bold Boomerang concept demonstrated the brand’s innovative vision and remains an invaluable work of automotive art.

5. 1957 Maserati A6G/54 Berlinetta

In the fifth spot is a very rare 1957 Maserati A6G/54 Berlinetta, of which just four were built. Selling for $4,400,000 at auction, this exclusive grand tourer came equipped with the A6GCS racing engine, developing 185hp and propelling the lightweight Berlinetta to 60 mph in under seven seconds, a blistering pace for 1950s cars.

The sexy fastback design combined with Maserati performance made the A6G/54 Berlinetta highly coveted among collectors.

4. 1956 Maserati A6G/2000 Berlinetta Zagato

Among the priciest models is the elegant 1956 Maserati A6G/2000 Berlinetta Zagato, which cost its buyer $4,515,000 at a 2014 auction. Hand-built by Zagato in lightweight aluminum over a racing-derived chassis, this rare Berlinetta oozes sophistication.

Under the elongated hood lurked a 2.0L DOHC engine generating 140hp. With only 20 examples produced, the seamless blend of Maserati performance and Zagato style creates monumental value.

3. 1956 Maserati 250F

Driven by racing greats like Fangio and Moss, the 1956 Maserati 250F is one of the most iconic Formula 1 cars ever made. This pristine example fetched $4,620,000 at a 2015 auction, a reflection of its racing significance.

The 250F utilized a 2.5L straight-six making 260hp in a spaceframe chassis weighing just 1,400 pounds. Capable of 0-60 in 5.8 seconds and over 180 mph on tracks, the 250F dominated F1 and remains one of the most valuable racing Maseratis.

2. 1955 Maserati A6GCS/53 Spider

In second is another magnificent 1950s-era racer – the 1955 Maserati A6GCS/53 Spider – which sold for $5,170,000. One of only 12 Spiders built, it featured the A6GCS twin-cam six making 190hp.

Weighing just 1,653 pounds, the A6GCS/53 Spider was a dominant force, winning the III Grand Prix at Rouen Les Essarts. Its winning racing heritage and stunning design make this Spider one of Maserati’s most prized models.

1. 1956 Maserati A6G/2000 Berlinetta by Carrozzeria Allemano

The most expensive Maserati sold at auction is the rare 1956 A6G/2000 Berlinetta by Carrozzeria Allemano, selling for a world record $5,280,000 in 2018. One of just four built, this unique grand tourer sports an elegant fastback coupe design by coachbuilder Carrozzeria Allemano.

Underneath lies the racing A6GCS chassis and 2.0L 140hp inline-six. The one-of-a-kind bodywork combined with Maserati performance makes this ultra-exclusive 1950s Berlinetta the priciest Maserati ever auctioned.

Leave a Comment