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Maserati auto company is an Italian
car maker that was founded in 1914. Maserati is a division of the
Italian car company Fiat S.p.A. which also has the famous Ferrari sports
car company under its control. The company has a small range of high
powered sports car types including the sedan, coupe and convertible
models. Maserati cars headquarters is in Modena, Italy. If you know
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The Maserati logo consists of an upright standing oval containing
a red trident and the word Maserati in it. The Maserati logo refers
to the city of Bologna where the auto maker was founded. The trident
symbol used in the logo is a common site in the city with the
statue of Neptune holding a trident being a major centerpiece.
The Fountain of Neptune or Fontana di Nettuno is a monumental
statue in the Piazza Nettuno square in Bologna, Italy. It is believed
that Mario Maserati, the artist of the family designed the first
Promotional image of the luxury car makers Maserati automobile
logo, showing the trident symbol and the stylized Maserati text.
of the Fountain of Neptune statue with the male nude figure holding
a trident. A trident is a three pronged spear used as a military
weapon or for spear fishing.
Close up view of the trident logo of the Maserati Quattroporte
on the front grill, Maserati symbol logo.
Maserati badge and trident symbol on the grille of a 2009 Maserati
Another view of the famous Maserati symbol from the Italian luxury
An old version of the Maserati logo with the red trident symbol.
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and trident symbols used on this page. These images are used for
educational purposes only. Contact the Italian auto maker for
more details on using the image.