Maserati GranTurismo Review

2007 is when the Maserati GranTurismo first arrived, so it's been a mighty long wait for its replacement. 

But the new GT is finally here and taking a leaf out of the 911 playbook, looks much like its predecessor. 

But who’s complaining? Look at it, it's gorgeous and exciting too, because underneath that familiar skin, there's a whole lot that's new. 

Thankfully, like the ICE versions, the EV too has a traditional grille sporting a large Trident emblem, no blanked-off panel here. 

Maserati says it wanted a clean break-free bonnet and it’s executed brilliantly by integrating much of what would be the fenders into one massive bonnet that droops over to the sides and has really beautifully arched shoulders.  

At the side, you can really appreciate the long bonnet and elongated stance that’s typical of GTs, and here it’s elegantly drawn out with the car rising and dipping in such a smooth style. 

At the rear too, the lines are neat and clean and the boot lid flows neatly into a small lip spoiler and the tail-lights are sleek horizontal units. 

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