Maserati announces new GranTurismo | National Class

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Maserati has published the first photos that arouse the imagination of fans of this brand, since they show the new GranTurismo, but completely camouflaged. The only thing that is clear is that the new coupe will have narrower headlights and a slightly more rounded front grille than before.

There are no shots of the rear end, but changes to the light groups are also expected. The car shown has an enhanced vanity in the C-pillar segment, so stylistic surprises can be expected here.

The new GranTurismo will be the first Maserati model to have a fully electric version. The Italian brand plans that in the future, each of its models will have a variant with electric drive.

For now, speculations have not been confirmed that the GranTurismo will use the Nettuno V6 engine from the new MC20, which produces 630HP and 729Nm of maximum torque in combination with an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission.

GranTurismo is currently undergoing intensive road and track tests while final car adjustments are being made. The coupe is expected to premiere this year, and will be sold as a model for 2022. A convertible GranCabrio version is also in preparation.

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