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Maserati teases the new GranTurismo

Reveal in 2021

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Between the arrival of the MC20 and the teaser of the future Grecale, it would almost have been forgotten. The Maserati GranTurismo and its GranCabrio convertible variant left us last year. Since then, the brand with the trident hasn't communicated at all about the future replacement of the coupé. Today, Maserati is finally coming out of its silence, providing a first element of response.

The new generation of the GranTurismo will be presented in 2021, fourteen years after the arrival of the current model! Although the exterior of the GranTurismo has aged very well, this is clearly not the case with the interior, which has not been able to hide its wrinkles. The small screen accompanied by numerous buttons betrays the advanced age of the beauty.

The future iteration of the coupe will naturally remedy this with a modernized styling. You can see it for the first time via this teaser. Of course, the Italian brand only shows us the silhouette of the vehicle, which strongly resembles that of the current model. The long bonnet combined with the plunging roof line will remain on the new car.

Under the bonnet, the future GranTurismo could very likely be powered by the MC20's 3.0-litre V6, which develops 620 PS and 720 Nm of torque. Less powerful and therefore more accessible plug-in hybrids are also possible, as is a new fully electric version.

Photo credits Maserati

Photo credits Maserati

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Comments (2)

  • so no rumbling V8? No no.. that's fine, totally fine, I'm not crying! you're crying!

      1 month ago
  • Or, to make development even easier, they can also just put a new, bigger body on the Roma and down tune the engine for a little bit? Not sure how the world will react if the GT comes out with a six instead of an eight, but then again Ferrari said the Roma wasn't developed to electrify so there might be a problem to put a electric motor with it? Better yet do it the Lexus way and have both the V8 and a V6 with batteries so everyone's happy (except Maserati cause that also means a lot of development cost...). Before the Roma the GT made perfect sense as the cruiser with a Ferrari V8, now...it's kinda like fighting it's own brother.

      1 month ago


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