Maserati took the wraps off its new MC20 supercar at a presentation in Modena, Italy, held Wednesday.
Nonetheless, the automaker additionally teased a few of its different fashions within the pipeline in the course of the presentation, together with the next-generation GranTurismo due in 2021. We additionally acquired a take a look at the Alfa Romeo-Stelvio based Grecale SUV additionally coming in 2021.
A teaser picture of the subsequent GranTurismo, snapped by Motor1, reveals the automotive’s profile. It suggests the brand new GT will characteristic comparable proportions to the earlier one however with smoother, extra flowing strains. A cleaner aesthetic, like we see on the MC20, can also be probably.
The brand new GranTurismo will characteristic an internal-combustion engine at launch, presumably with a mild-hybrid setup hooked up. A battery-electric powertrain might be added in 2022. All new Maseratis will supply electrical energy, beginning with the brand new GranTurismo. Maserati’s electrical powertrain, branded Folgore, Italian for “lightning,” will encompass a three-motor system with one motor up entrance and two on the rear.
Additionally coming in 2022 would be the subsequent GranTurismo Convertible (a GranCabrio in some markets). And searching additional ahead, Maserati will launch redesigned variations of the Quattroporte and Levante, with your complete renewal of the Maserati lineup anticipated to be accomplished by the top of 2023.
The earlier GranTurismo lastly reached the end of production last fall after a 12-year run. The plant in Modena the place it was constructed was then ready for manufacturing of the MC20. The brand new GranTurismo is anticipated to be constructed a plant in Turin.