Unveiled at the Geneva Auto Show in 2007, Pininfarina lines reached a new peak on the GranTurismo with a body that is fluid, streamlined and, to some surprise, particularly appealing with female car buyers. The sculpted body, billed as a two-door take on the Quattroporte sedan, emphasized all the right curves without sacrificing comfort and interior room. Up front is the iconic grille with oversize Trident that was the perfect blend of soft and sharp. Six variations of the GranTurismo were produced, not including convertible versions — and even one adapted for the fashion house Fendi. Its design now looks a bit long in the tooth, but word has it Maserati will reveal a new GranTurismo in the next 18 months.