The Maserati Bora is a 2-seater rear-engined, rear-wheel drive sports grand tourer produced between 1971 and 1978. Along with other Maserati cars of the time, it is named after the wind, the Bora being the wind of Trieste. It was Maserati’s first car with independent four-wheel suspension.

The Maserati Bora was equipped with a monocoque chassis and stabilizers. The car was available with 4.7-liter and 4.9-liter V8 engines with 306 hp (228 kW) and 325 hp (243 kW) respectively, which were mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. At base, it was equipped with air conditioning, power windows and leather seats. The 4.7-litre version was capable of 270 km/h and the 4.9-litre version 285 km/h. In total, only 564 examples were produced.