Four doors and performance tend to be mutually exclusive, despite what all the car ads say. Maserati, however, has been cranking out sedans that are a joy to drive fast on twisty roads, an exercise that might end badly in most typically tubby sedans. In order to make full use of the power delivered by a snarling twin-turbocharged 621 hp V6, the MC20 has a proper suspension designed for going around tight corners at high rates of speed. Most sedans roll like an 18-wheeler when doing anything other than going straight, but the MC20 would be a great choice for a track day at Homestead Raceway if you want to go fast and scare anybody driving a Miata, all in unadulterated Italian style. It’s also a great way to make the daily commute and grocery runs a grin-filled experience. The interior avoids the current trend of automakers to make them overly complex; it features a 10-inch touchscreen and infotainment system, plus comfy seats — exactly what you need to enjoy the drive; Maserati.com.
Spring was in full swing as Key Biscayners made it off the island to support a variety of causes around town.
Meet a few Outstanding Mothers of Key Biscayne who are mastering the fine art of balancing life, work and family as they raise their children to be loving, successful and compassionate human beings.