The new Maserati GranTurismo is preparing to debut later this year.
Maserati had previously published a series of photographs of a camouflaged prototype, but the sports coupe was not yet visible from all angles at the time. Now the spies have captured the novelty from behind. Compared to previously published photos of the Maserati, the GranTurismo is now slightly better visible, although the camouflage is still preserved.
At the front, the GranTurismo seems to have borrowed stylistic elements from the MC20, especially the shape of the headlights. However, when viewed from the side, the GranTurismo is rather conservative in design. For example, the silhouette and line of the windows are very similar to the previous GranTurismo models, although the rear side windows are slightly shorter than their predecessors. The taillights are fairly wide and flat, but they still resemble the light blocks of the previous model.
Also striking are the four tailpipes in the rear bumper. This means that these prototypes are most likely conventional fuel versions, although it could also be that Maserati is trying to disguise the car’s true power source in this way.
In addition, the Italians have already confirmed that the GranTurismo, and then the GranCabrio, will appear on the market as electric vehicles. Regardless of what kind of power supply is installed and whether it is paired with an electric motor, the MC20’s Nettuno V6 is known to be the main contender.