Designed by Virginio Vairo, the Maserati Mexico was in production from 1966 to 1972. Based off the second series of the Maserati Quattroporte, it mimicked many of the attributes and amenities. One of which being the 4.2 and 4.7 V8 engines. As a four seater coupe, this model was family friendly and had quite the pickup. Fun enough, when the car was sold to the Mexican president Adolfo Lopez Mateos, that was when the model was officially deemed the Mexico. Other than a few minor tweaks, the Mexico had received a few minor changes throughout its time on the lot. Things like power steering, brake functionality, and updated amenities. The Maserati Mexico was actually the first to receive disc brakes on all four wheels, allowing the vehicle to slow to a stop on a smoother level.