Maserati is in the middle of a significant product overhaul. Undoubtedly Maserati hasn’t forgotten about those?
Word has it that in celebration of its centenary this year, the Trident marque is readying a new sporting activities car concept to unveil at the Geneva Motor Show. Evidently smaller sized than the aging GranTurismo, the brand-new concept is claimed to take objective at the Jaguar F-Type– in addition to the Porsche 911.
Design and Exterior
According to GTSpirit, the concept could possibly stuff the Modenese automaker’s new twin-turbo V6 or V8 engines, however no matter exactly how numerous cyndrical tubes, it’s recognized we’re likely taking a look at an auto transmission and a front-engine/rear-drive design.
In relation to the affirmed showcar, we got to out to our source at Maserati, and they shared severe uncertainty as to the honesty of the original report, while concurrently not being able to verify or deny its presence. For the moment, we’re going to chalk this one around the Rumormill up until we listen to much more.
In any kind of case, Maserati is also expected to uncover the completed version of its Ermenegildo Zegna version Quattroporte, something it has simply received “concept” (albeit near production) kind to this day.
2015 Maserati GT Concept
Italian cars maker Maserati will unveil its brand-new 2015 Maserati GT concept at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. The business’s entry-level cars is planned to take on the Jaguar F-Type and Porsche 911, riding on a shortened platform utilized by the business’s Ghiblli and Quattroporte. The future model, due in 2016, will be called the Gran Sport, and must be valued beginning from $109,000, bringing it in listed below the current Gran Turismo.
Engine and Performance
Information regarding the 2015 Maserati GT concept are still limited and no photos have been launched yet. Nevertheless, possible engines for the car include the carmaker’s twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6, great for 410 horse power, and the 3.8-liter 530 hp V8. Also in Geneva, Maserati will certainly unveil the last model of the Maserati Quattroporte Ermenegildo Zegna Limited Edition, created in cooperation with the Italian fashion designer. The vehicle will be mechanically identical to the normal car, yet have a host of interior and exterior upgrades worthwhile of the designer nameplate.