The Gran Turismo from Maserati has been present here in the same form since 2007. However, the producer form Italy is not going to replace it too soon. The upgraded offering should roll out somewhere in 2018.
As usual, the producer provides a rather mild refresh for the unit. An innovated “sharknose” bumper that was inspired by the Alfieri concept adorns the front part. It is also joined by another hexagon-pattern grille and new lower air inlets. The changes on the outside are rounded by a new rear bumper.
Inside the cabin you will see the 8.4-inch high-res touchscreen. It is able to support both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. You will also find a new Harman Kardon audio set-up. By the way, the drive mode select buttons have been re-located to a more accessible place. That is near the gear selector.
The vehicle comes with the same eight-cylinder 4.7-litre motor featuring the ZF-sourced 6-speed automatic gearbox. The regular Gran Turismo Sport will accelerate from 0-60 mph in 4.8 seconds. The Sport’s top speed stands at 185 mph. The Mc Stradale is able to gear up to 187 mph.
The next year’s Gran Turismo and the rest members of the Maserati family was shown outside of the Ny Stock exchange.