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1995 Maserati Auge (Castagna)

Maserati Auge (Castagna), 1995
Maserati Auge (Castagna), 1995
Maserati Auge (Castagna), 1995
Maserati Auge (Castagna), 1995
Maserati Auge (Castagna), 1995
Maserati Auge (Castagna), 1995
Maserati Auge (Castagna), 1995
Maserati Auge (Castagna), 1995
Maserati Auge (Castagna), 1995
Maserati Auge (Castagna), 1995
Maserati Auge (Castagna), 1995
Maserati Auge (Castagna), 1995
Maserati Auge (Castagna), 1995
Maserati Auge (Castagna), 1995
2002 Carrozzeria Castagna Maserati Auge (Revised)
2002 Carrozzeria Castagna Maserati Auge (Revised)
Maserati Auge (Castagna), 1995
Maserati Auge (Castagna), 1995
Images: Castagna
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1995 Auge concept, a four-seat custom body based around a Maserati 3200GT chassis
The Auge is a cold wind which blows along the Azure Coast: it’s the new air which announces the change of the season. But the Auge is also a wind which pervades the boundary lands with the parfumes of the hinterland, a renewal message which takes with itself the consciousness of what we’ve been, to come to understand what we are now. The will to create a “granturismo” which could be similar to 5000 GT with special auto body, which were created from the Italian masters on ending of Fifties, takes to the result of a sedan car, equipped with two long doors that allow the access to the four comfortable seats, and of a recognisable shape as a Maserati that takes inspiration from the small spiders created in the post-war period which were appreciated a lot from the fans of Maserati. Unusually, the doors do not have opening handles: they open by means of a remote control placed in the watch of the pilot which is also provided with an insertion of a satellite alarm.

Therefore as for the realisation of the auto body two various technological ways have been used, one close to the past, the other to the future, also in the inside of the car we find the development of this topic. The dashboard is dominated by the very complete typical instrumentation of Maserati cars.

Every passenger is in a position to approaching individually or in sharing with the others occupants, to general information and functions like: audio, Television, DVD, satellite navigator, telephone, connection to Internet, video games, portable computer, rear television camera. During the long travels it is possible to use refrigerator which is in the tunnel between the two front seats. If you have left with good weather in order to be surprised by the rain, in the pockets of the front panels door, there are two small umbrellas.


During Villa d’Este 2002 Concours d’Elegance, the revised Maserati Auge was exhibited for the first time. The prototype car was upgraded with an original unitary on board control. It was created and produced by our Techical Department. Any device including the ignition can be operated by a simple touch of the central rotating knob located on the tunnel. A large public appreciation was matched with the historical Alfa Romeo 1750 Cabriolet Royal by Carrozzeria Castagna, awarded “Best of Show” during the event.
Source: Castagna; www.italiaspeed.com
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