Below is an assortment of emblems specific to Maserati, in no particular order or year.
Maserati MC12 logo. The Maserati MC12 is a grand tourer produced by Maserati to allow a racing variant to compete in the FIA GT Championship. The car entered production in 2004 with 30 cars produced (five of which were not for sale). A further 25 were produced in 2005 making a total of 50 cars available for customers, each of which were pre-sold for £600 000.
Quattroporte is Italian for four-door.
GranSport MC Victory logo.
Maserati 3500 GT emblem. Maserati 3500 was a 2-door coupe and convertible. Maserati's chief engineer Giulio Alfieri developed the two 2+2 prototype 3500GT, revealed at the Salon International de l'Auto in Geneva, March 1957.
Ghibli emblem. The Maserati Ghibli is a two-door, two-seater coupe released by Maserati in 1967. The convertible Ghibli Spyder went into production in 1969. The Spyders were relatively rare, and the coupes outnumbered them almost ten to one.
Maserati Ghibli SS emblem. The Maserati Ghibli SS Spider and Maserati Ghibli SS was produced from 1970 to 1973.
Maserati Khamsin emblem. The Maserati Khamsin (named after the Khamsin, a hot, violent wind in the Egyptian desert) was a sports car introduced as Bertone protype in 1972 Turin Motorshow. Produced from 1974-1982.
Maserati Indy 4700 emblem. Named to celebrate Maserati's two victories at the Indy 500, the Maserati Indy first appeared in 1968, at the Salon dell'Automobile di Torino as a prototype by Carrozzeria Vignale. Produced from 1969-1974.
Maserati Merak emblem. The Maserati Merak was introduced in 1974 until 1982.
V8 Gran Sport emblem from a 2004 model.
Sport GT emblem from a 2007 Maserati Quattroporte.
Maserati Iniezione emblem.
Maserati emblem from a 4CM.
Maserati Trident, from a 2007 Maserati Quattroporte.
Maserati Trident grill emblem.
Maserati Quattroporte Trident grille emblem.
2007 Maserati Gransport front grill emblem.
2007 Maserati MC12 Corsa Edo Competition rear emblem.
2007 Maserati MC12 XX steering wheel.
1979 Maserati Khamsin emblem. (source: Martin Alford)