●New second-generation model, two-door four-seater coupe setting
●New generation family appearance + simple technology interior
●3.0L V6 twin-turbo engine, 490/550hp maximum horsepower
●Domestic launch time: 2023.Q4
●Modena/Trofeo suggested selling price: starting from 8.88/10.58 million yuan
After a gap of about three years since the production of the first-generation model was discontinued, Maserati announced the customization photos and related information of the new second-generation GranTurismo in early October last year, while the general agent Taiwan Montena gave the new car its first premiere on September 6 this year. It was unveiled in Taiwan and announced that it will be open for orders simultaneously. The Modena and Trofeo models are recommended to be priced from NT$8.88 million and NT$10.58 million respectively. They are expected to be officially launched in the fourth quarter, when the GranTurismo Folgore, the first pure electric two-door coupe in the brand's history, will also be launched. will appear together to provide domestic consumers with the most complete product lineup selection.
The new second-generation GranTurismo follows the streamlined silhouette of the classic Maserati GT two-door coupe, while incorporating new-generation family elements launched by the brand's supercar MC20, including dual-light line LED headlights and a wider, flat and three-dimensional straight-grid radiator guard. etc.; the interior is based on the simple technological style of the family's new generation running car, the Grecale, with a saddle-shaped 12.3-inch digital instrument and a 12.3+8.8-inch dual touch screen. A smart digital device that can switch between multiple surfaces and information displays is also added to the top of the center console. The clock, in addition, the selection of luxurious and delicate materials such as leather seats, leather texture, etc., also fully demonstrates the accumulation of century-old Italian aesthetics.
The GranTurismo Modena and Trofeo gasoline models that debuted first are equipped with the Nettuno 3.0L V6 twin-turbo engine derived from the MC20 series. The maximum output is 490hp/61.2kgm and 550hp/66.3kgm respectively. In the ZF eight-speed manual Driven by the automatic transmission, the acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h can be completed in 3.9 or 3.5 seconds, and the top speed is 302 or 320 km/h. The Folgore pure electric version uses a three-motor setup with one front axle and two rear axles, each with an output power of 300kW, bringing a combined horsepower of 760hp and an astonishing torque of 137.7kgm, and can complete 0~100km/h in just 2.7 seconds. It only takes 8.8 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 200km/h, and even has a top speed of 320km/h, which is on par with the Trofeo. Moreover, because the 92.5kWh battery pack adopts a T-shaped structure and is placed in the original position of the engine and traditional system, it can still maintain a low center of gravity and 50: 50 front and rear weights.
This post was last modified on September 18, 2023 2:46 am
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