The Maserati Indy is a four-seater fastback grand tourer produced in the years 1969-1975. It was unveiled to the public at the Geneva Motor Show. It was the first Maserati-built car owned by Citroën and was given the name Indy in honour of Maserati’s two Indy 500 victories.

The car was conceived as an alternative to the Ghibli, which offers a V8 engine and space for 4 people. At its launch, the Indy was offered with a 4.2-liter V8 engine. A 4.7-litre model was also available from 1970, and in 1972 Maserati added the Indy 4900 equipped with a 4.9-litre V8 engine. There was a choice of a 5-speed manual or 3-speed automatic transmission. A total of 1104 examples were produced.