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Alfieri Maserati founded the company; three of his brothers, Bindo, Ettore, and Ernesto, later worked there as well. The current Maserati Alfieri concept vehicle was named after the company’s founder.
The company’s trident logo was inspired by a statue of Neptune in Bologna, its hometown.
Prior to manufacturing automobiles, Maserati was best known for their spark plugs.
During its first two decades in the auto industry, Maserati produced exclusively racing cars, like this Tipo 26B.
In 1939 and 1940, Maserati won the Indy 500 for the second time. (Depicted below in May 2014 at a historic race.)
The A6 was the first Maserati road vehicle to be produced in 1947. This one is on display at the Centennial Maserati Exhibition.
After leaving Maserati, Bindo, Ettore, and Ernesto Maserati founded the OSCA automobile firm.
In addition to powering automobiles, Maserati engines have also been used in racing boats.
There have been five owners of Maserati: the Maserati brothers, the Orsi family, Citron, Alessandro de Tomaso, and Fiat.
The Maserati facility in Modena also produces the Alfa Romeo 4C.