The Italian sportscar has had minor updates over the years but it is essentially based on a decade-old design.

Its naturally aspirated 4.7-litre V8 makes 454 horses which isn’t bad at all and it has one of the best sounding exhaust notes out there. Pogea Racing didn’t touch the latter but it has given this granddaddy a new lease of life by remapping the ECU which has seen output grow to 477 horses.

The tuner also spruced up the exterior by adding bespoke black painted wheels wrapped in sticky Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tyres, and they lowered the suspension. What’s more, they dressed the body with a carbon fibre front splitter which gives the Maserati a more aggressive look.

It seems that the replacement model will be going down the turbocharged route in the near future and so we think this is a pretty fitting farewell to the model. Good job guys.