The Maserati 3500 GT is a grand touring car produced from 1957 to 1964, it is the result of cooperation between the engineer Giulio Alfieri and the coachbuilder Touring.

Built to compete with the Ferrari 250 GT, the 3500 GT is the first Maserati resulting from a series construction and industrial production of the manufacturer.

This car made its appearance to the general public at the Geneva Motor Show in 1957.

Fascinating by its style that many consider a real success, the 3500 GT is the first great commercial success of the Italian firm and its lines inspire the following models, in particular the Maserati Sebring.