Maserati has recently unveiled an array of captivating images showcasing the interior of their highly anticipated new GranTurismo model. With its exterior design embracing an evolutionary approach, it is no surprise that the interior follows suit, featuring familiar elements that exude a sense of sophistication and style. While some notable updates are evident, such as the revamped steering wheel that bears a striking resemblance to those found in Mercedes-AMG vehicles, the cabin maintains its signature Maserati essence.
One noticeable change lies in the centre console, where a new screen has been integrated below the infotainment display, seemingly dedicated to HVAC controls. Another remarkable alteration is the absence of a traditional shift lever, as paddle shifters now take on the task of seamlessly changing gears in the eight-speed automatic transmission, exclusive to the ICE-powered trims. As expected, the Maserati clock proudly occupies its customary position atop the dashboard, nestled gracefully between the vent registers. The instrument panel design creates an immersive and ergonomic dual-cockpit feel, while the opulent leather upholstery continues to captivate with its timeless allure.
While Maserati has exclusively provided interior galleries of two out of the three trims set to be released, namely the Modena and Trofeo, both variants share the impressive 3.0-litre Nettuno V6 engine. The Modena boasts an impressive output of 490 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of torque, while the Trofeo takes performance to another level with a staggering 550 hp and 479 lb-ft of torque. Inside, distinguishing features set the trims apart, including distinct leather patterns adorning the instrument panel and seats. The Trofeo garners extra flair with vibrant cross-stitching, while the Modena showcases a sleek black Start button in contrast to the Trofeo’s striking blue counterpart. On the exterior, the Trofeo exudes a sportier edge with carbon fibre embellishments gracing the front intake surrounds, rocker panel extensions, and decklid spoiler.
As for the eagerly awaited battery-electric GranTurismo Folgore, interior images have yet to be revealed. Maserati enthusiasts can anticipate an array of surprises in store for this groundbreaking model. The new GranTurismo is slated for delivery in the second quarter of 2023, with pricing expected to commence at approximately £150,000.
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