The Bora ran on a V8 engine outputting 330 bhp. Its frame was made of steel. It was Maserati's first mid-engine vehicle, meaning the engine was actually located between the front and rear axles. Doing so places more weight over the rear axle than exists in a front-engine vehicle, making the vehicle easier to maneuver.
During the 8-year production span, 564 Maserati Boras were produced.
The Bora's unique appearance is due, in part, to the creative license its designer, Giorgetto Giugiaro, was given during its development.Learn more about Car Makes & Models