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O'Gara Coach Opens Maserati of Westlake Showroom

Luxury Retailer Opens Stunning Maserati Showroom as the Iconic Italian Brand Celebrates 100 Years

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 02/17/14 -- The O'Gara Coach Company, one of the most successful luxury and performance automotive dealers in the world with featured showrooms in Beverly Hills and Westlake Village, has announced the expansion of the O'Gara Coach Westlake showroom with the addition of Maserati of Westlake. The opening coincides with the Maserati brand's 100th anniversary.

The O'Gara Coach Company is an award-winning new and pre-owned retailer for Aston Martin, Bentley, Bugatti, Ducati, Lamborghini and Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. The luxury lifestyle brand consistently sets records in sales and service for each brand in its roster of supremely refined vehicles, which now proudly includes Maserati.

Opened in 2012, the O'Gara Coach Westlake location fills the need for high-end vehicle dealerships in response to the demand in Ventura County, about 30 miles northwest of the company's original Beverly Hills location. The original Westlake showroom housed Rolls Royce and Bentley, and has now expanded to include Maserati in a dramatic 3,000-square-foot space that offers an open, elegant environment truly worthy of the high-end lifestyle the Maserati brand has symbolized since 1914.

"Maserati is an iconic brand, and we are honored that it is now a part of the O'Gara Coach marque," says Tom O'Gara, founder of the O'Gara Coach Company. "This striking new showroom certainly pays homage to the Italian carmaker's beautifully crafted, innovative and luxurious automobiles. We are thrilled to open the doors and welcome O'Gara Coach clients and auto enthusiasts to this exquisite space."

Maserati of Westlake includes exquisite touches and strong attention to detail with features like cream colored two-by-four imported Italian floor tiles and modern Italian furniture. Custom-designed ceiling and lighting systems highlight the vehicles throughout the showroom, displaying the rich, timeless beauty of the cars. This magnificently designed and richly appointed space makes for a great 100th birthday "gift" for an automobile brand that transcends generations.

Maserati's history can be traced back to the early 1900's in Bologna, Italy, where Carlo Maserati built his first car with a wooden chassis and a single-cylinder engine, the vehicle that would come to be known as the first Maserati. His brother Mario designed the fledgling company's logo, opting for the symbols of the city of Bologna: the trident of the statue of Neptune on the fountain in Piazza Maggiore. In 1926, Carlo's brother Alfieri Maserati won the first Targa Florio in the company's history, racing in the Maserati Tipo 26, the first car to bear the legendary trident logo.

Today, the Maserati brand continues to embody the same spirit of innovation, extravagance and workmanship that set it apart in 1914 by introducing the all-new Ghibli. The Maserati Ghibli is powered by an advanced 3 liter Twin Turbo V6 engine designed by the Maserati powertrain engineers to pump out 330 HP (243 kW) at 5000 rpm. It is also available in a four-wheel drive model -- the SQ4 -- that boasts 400+ horsepower. Both models of this high-power luxury vehicle will be on display in the new Maserati of Westlake showroom.

Auto enthusiasts with a passion for the classic luxury and cutting-edge innovation of Maserati will come to know Maserati of Westlake as their go-to purveyor of the finest automobiles.

O'Gara Coach is not just a luxury auto dealer; loyal clients know that visiting an O'Gara showroom is a one-of-a-kind, indulgent experience where they will receive the touchstone service and amenities that can only be found at a leading retailer of exotic automobiles. To learn more about O'Gara Coach's Beverly Hills and Westlake dealerships, please visit www.ogaracoach.com.

ABOUT THE O'GARA COACH COMPANY: A true luxury lifestyle brand, O'Gara Coach is an award-winning retailer of high-end exotic vehicles including Aston Martin, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Ducati, Rolls Royce, Bentley and Maserati. The automotive dealer has showrooms in Beverly Hills and Westlake, providing residents of Los Angeles and Ventura Counties with the ultimate in automotive extravagance. More than just a luxury retailer, O'Gara Coach provides its clients with extraordinary service and amenities that can only be found at a well-known purveyor of high-end cars. For more information, visit www.ogaracoach.com.

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