Allemano’s Maserati A6 G 2000: designer coupé

The Maserati A6 G 2000 Coupé designed by Allemano is a magnificent vehicle, made by the famous luxury carmaker from 1954 to 1957. Unofficially and most commonly known as Maserati A6G 54 (the model’s real name is A6 G 2000 Gran Turismo), it picked up the legacy of the A6 G 2000, which had been in production from 1950 to 1953.

Maserati asked some of the most important coachbuilders of the time to create various examples: Zagato, Frua, and Allemano. The outcome was a series of legendary versions: “Type A” for the Frua Spyder, “Typo B” for the Frua Coupé, “Type C” for the Allemano Coupé, and “Type D” for the Zagato Coupé.

The model showcased in this gallery, made and signed by the Turin-based coachbuilder Allemano, was made in 1955.

Photos via:
www.maserati-alfieri.co.uk/alfieri222.htm

June 17, 2015