The Maserati Mistral is a 2-seater gran turismo produced in years 1963-1970. The car was named after the cold north wind from southern France. It was sold as a 2-door coupe and spyder.

It is the last model from Casa del Tridente to have a twin-spark inline six-cylinder engine. Subsequently, Maserati switched to V8 engines for later production cars to keep up with the demand for ever more powerful machines. The car was available with three engines (3.5/3.7/4-liter) with outputs that ranged from 235 horsepower (175 kW) to 265 horsepower (198 kW). It was able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in about 7 seconds and reach a speed of 233 km/h. The body was made of aluminium and from 1967 onwards of steel. A total of 953 examples were produced and was replaced by the Maserati Ghibli.