Have you ever wondered why the marque of a Maserati and the emblem that each new Maserati proudly boasts is a trident?
The trident is, of course, a symbol imbued with a great deal of meaning. According to legend, it once belonged to Neptune, the mythical god of the sea. In Bologna, Italy, there’s even a statue of Neptune holding his trident confidently towards the sky. It is the trident in this statue that Mario Maserati, one of the original Maserati brothers, purportedly used as inspiration for the what has now become Maserati’s longstanding brand logo, and an unshakable part of its identity. Ready to Forge Your Path with the Confidence of a god? There’s a Maserati for that.
Could driving a Maserati give you the kind of confidence similar to a god? We certainly think so!
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