2024 Maserati GranTurismo Review

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Maserati's GranTurismo sports car is all set to make a comeback and will join the lineup alongside the MC20 supercar in 2023 as a 2024 model

The twin-turbo V-6 engine from the MC20 sports vehicle is toned down for the GranTurismo.

The Modena trim, which is the base model, has 483 horsepower, but upgrading to the Trofeo trim increases power to 542 horsepower.

Given that the GranTurismo Trofeo is anticipated to weigh heavier and produce 79 fewer horsepower than the MC20, we anticipate that it will take a little longer for it to reach 60 mph.

The engine's distinctive twin-combustion design has roots in Formula 1 racing, and it is sonorous and characterful.

The all-electric Folgore, which has three electric motors and a combined output of 750 horsepower, will be the most powerful GranTurismo model.

The all-electric Folgore, which has three electric motors and a combined output of 750 horsepower, will be the most powerful GranTurismo model.

A two-door, two-plus-two, four-seater with a small back seat that prioritises luxury over performance is called the GranTurismo.

We anticipate seeing the distinctive leather-and-silk upholstery formerly supplied by Italian fashion label Ermenegildo Zegna in the new GranTurismo.

The new GranTurismo comes standard with the newest infotainment system from Maserati, a Google-based system that first appeared on the Grecale.