The GranTurismo marks a return after disappearing from the Maserati lineup after the 2019 model year. Expected to come out in 2023, the traditional grand tourer will come in either an internal combustion or a full-electric powertrain.
The GranTurismo’s design keeps the silhouette and classic proportions it’s known for, but with new features. The new coupe will come with a detuned version of the MC20 sports car’s twin-turbo V-6 Nettuno engine paired with a ZF eight-speed automatic transmission, and will have two versions available. The Modena will sport the entry-level 490HP 3.0-liter version, while the Trofeo version will have a maximum power of 550HP.
Meanwhile, the GranTurismo Folgore comes with a fully electric battery-based powertrain, one powers the front axle and the other two are decoupled. Based on the 800-volt technology seen on the Formula E, the system makes a combined 750HP from its three 300-kW permanent magnet motors. It allows DC fast-charging speeds of up to 270 kW and gets 250 miles per charge. The electric grand tourer has a T-shaped battery pack that was designed in-house and has a usable capacity of 83 kWh.
The 2024 Maserati GranTurismo makes extensive use of lightweight aluminum and magnesium materials with high-performance steel, giving the new grand tourer a best-in-class weight of 1,795kg for the V6 and 2,260kg for the Folgore EV.
The vehicle will also feature the Maserati Intelligent Assistant Multimedia system, a configurable infotainment system that runs through a 12.3-inch touchscreen, a separate 8.8-inch comfort touchscreen control display, digital clock, an optional heads-up display, and a Sonus Faber stereo setup. It is also expected to have driver assists including a 360-degree camera system, automated emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, and lane-keeping assist.
Also available at launch is the limited series GranTurismo PrimaSerie 75th Anniversary Launch Edition.
Maserati is expected to announce the official price near the car’s U.S. launch in the second quarter of next year.