The next-generation GranTurismo will be concealed behind a sleek camouflage cover and distracting foam paneling, according to Maserati. Since we first saw it with its own body panels a few months back, the car hasn’t lost a speck of camouflage, and a new collection of spy photos from Walter Vayu+ on Facebook proves Maserati is dead serious about keeping the car’s design hidden from prying eyes.
Regardless of Maserati’s efforts, the 2022 GranTurismo looks like a GranTurismo. The car’s curved front fenders and threatening rear haunches aren’t hidden by the tight-fitting camouflage. The Maserati’s slotted grille is also evident. The quad exhaust pipes are hidden under camouflaged taillights and an elegant-looking rear bumper at the back. The rear window surrounds continue to be distorted by cladding.
While the next-generation GranTurismo has the looks to proudly wear the historic nameplate, things [...]