Maserati was created in 1914 in Bologna by the Maserati brothers. Known for their racing exploits, the brothers crafted cars that reflected the sporting heritage.
Who is Maserati named after?
Luxury car maker Maserati bears the name of its founder, the Maserati brothers: Alfieri, Bindo, Carlo, Ettore and Ernesto.
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