Maserati Granturismo Spy Shots Reveal the Coupe is Still Camouflaged

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 will be different behind the hood. The new GT will be Maserati’s first totally electric model, one of several to be added to the lineup. However, it will not be the car’s sole mode of propulsion. Maserati will offer it with a variety of engines, with reports circulating that the MC20’s Nettuno V6 may make an appearance beneath the GT’s hood.

Engine: The high-performance MC Stradale trim, which is likely to be saved for the all-electric model, might produce more than 600 horsepower (447 kilowatts). Because there are few two-door all-electric competitors, the car would compete against models like the Tesla Model S and Porsche Taycan. While an all-electric Gran Turismo sounds intriguing, we’ll have to wait a while to see it. The next-generation vehicle, as well as the all-new GranCabrio convertible, will be unveiled later this year, albeit the electric version will not be available until 2022.

Powertrain and horsepower: Fresh powertrains will accompany GranTurismo’s new aesthetics. We don’t have any details, but the business does have a new V6 that powers the MC20 and is rumored to be used in the upcoming model. The twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter Nettuno V6 engine develops 621 horsepower and 538 pound-feet (729 Newton-meters) of torque. It’s possible that if Maserati implements it in the GranTurismo, it won’t produce the same results.

The next GranTurismo will also be Maserati’s first entirely electric car, according to the company. The business is working on a few more, but the GT will be the first. According to rumors, the high-performance MC Stradale trim might produce more than 600 horsepower (447 kW), and the business could use the desired nameplate on the all-electric model.

The 2022 Maserati GranTurismo is slated to make its public debut this year before going on sale the following year. Along with the coupe, the GranCabrio convertible is expected to make its debut. The all-electric version, which will be the first of numerous EVs from the Italian premium performance brand, isn’t expected to arrive until next year.

On a concluding note, with standard features like a folding front armrest with an illuminated storage compartment, cruise control, automatic headlight activation, electric opening assist for the boot lid and doors, dual-zone automatic climate control with two rear outlets, and much more, Maserati makes life extremely comfortable and convenient for everyone on board. There is, of course, a significant emphasis on safety as well. Protection Status
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