Maserati Completes GranTurismo With Bright Final ModelNovember 12, 2019
The new GranTurismo will be available as an electric car and will appear in 2021.
Maserati GranTurismo and GranCabrio are officially discontinued. To celebrate the end of production, the company created GranTurismo Zéda in a single copy that covers a mixture of blue, black and white. The paint goes between the shadows in a subtle gradient.
Maserati intends to change the body color of the GranTurismo to highlight the company’s transition into a new era. The shade finish itself also evolves, moving from a satin effect on the back to a glossy shine on the front, which the automaker calls the “metallurgical” effect. These models have been a staple of the Maserati line for many years.
GranTurismo made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show in 2007, and GranCabrio joined it at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2009. Grandiose models introduced the Pininfarina design and the V8 engine, developed in conjunction with Ferrari. Maserati reports that a total of 28,805 coupe units and 11,715 copies of convertibles have been sold since they hit the market.
Zéda – this is the letter Z in the local dialect of Modena, Italy. The company intends to show that “each end has a new beginning,” because the Viale Ciro Menotti factory is preparing to launch a new sports car in 2020, which should be inspired by the Alfieri concept. In addition, the product plan includes the new GranTurismo and GranCabrio with all-electric transmissions that will ultimately come from the Maserati factory in Turin. Maserati has a busy schedule for the next few years.
In addition to launching a new sports car, in 2020 Ghibli, Levante and Quattroporte will receive updates. A new crossover, a performance convertible, as well as the next-generation GranTurismo will be released in 2021. The next generation GranCabrio and Quattroporte are revived in 2022, and the new Levante generation arrives in 2023.
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