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Maserati New Technology and Heritage

The Maserati new GT embodies the brand’s contemporary, minimalist, urban spirit. Its 20-inch wheels and chrome exterior accents are just one of its signature features. All GT models come with rear-wheel drive and a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 engine.

The brand’s updated 2022 vehicle lineup is now arriving at U.S. dealerships in October 2021. It also includes new trim models for the Ghibli, Levante, and Quattroporte. The brand’s logo now resides on the C-pillar. The MC20 supercar pioneered this design. The new logo also adorns the GT, Modena, and Trofeo trims.

The Maserati new technology and heritage are part of the company’s revitalization plan. During the last eighty years, the company has produced nearly 90,000 road cars and 400 racing cars. Now, it wants to move in the direction of other high-end brands, including Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Bentley. It is also adding a Classic department to preserve and restore historical models.

The MC20 Cielo will be unveiled in 2022. It will use the same 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 as the MC20 but feature a two-piece folding hardtop. It weighs 65 kg and opens and closes in 12 seconds. The car will be available in either coupe or convertible models.

Maserati’s Fuoriserie program will allow clients to customize a vehicle based on their personal preferences. With the program, clients can choose colors, fabrics, and finishes, as well as accessories. In addition, they can also specify specific accessories for the interior. The Maserati Fuoriserie program will also allow clients to customize the interior of their car to make it more personal.

Maserati has said that every vehicle will offer an electric option by 2025. The EV option will be available for every car, including the GranTurismo. As an added benefit, the Maserati EV is named Folgore, the Italian word for lightning. The EV will have 760 horsepower and a 62-mile range. It accelerates to 62 mph in 2.7 seconds. It is based on the same platform as the standard GranTurismo.

The next-generation Maserati models will be all-electric. The MC20 EV will be the company’s halo supercar. It will be available in both coupe and convertible versions and will feature a Formula-1-inspired twin-combustion system. The electric version will also come with all-wheel drive.

The Maserati Trofeo has a 580-horsepower V8. It has carbon-fiber exterior trim and red brake calipers. The Trofeo sports seats are wrapped in full-grain Pieno Fiore leather. It comes with a new infotainment system. It is also equipped with Level 2 Advanced Driving Assistance Systems.

The next generation GranTurismo and GranCabrio will be ready by 2025. The new 2+2 will also feature the first fully electric powertrain, which will borrow technology from Formula E. The car will also offer the Nettuno V-6.