Officially known as the '2000 Sport', the new Maserati sports racer was much known as the A6GCS. The model designation stands in honour of Alfieri (Maserati) 6-cylinder Ghisa (cast iron crankcase) Corsa Sport. In fact, the car was the last design conceived under the Maserati brothers Ernesto, Ettore and Bindo before their departure, with advice from their eventual successor in the technical department, Alberto Massimino.
The first A6GCS was a coupe body but this was quickly abandoned in a favour of a much lighter 'siluro' or cycle fender body, created for Maserati by Medardo Fantuzzi.
One of the design's most recognisable features of Series I was a single headlight (monofaro) mounted in the grille.

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