Were presented for the model year 2018 revised models GranTurismo and GranCabrio at the New York Auto Show and the Goodwood Festival of Speed in 2017. Now you can buy the two Maserati classics. But what has changed and what it should cost, the two vehicles?
All versions continue to be powered by a 4.7-Liter V8 naturally aspirated engine, which is manufactured by Ferrari in Maranello hand. He is making 460 HP and a maximum torque of 520 Newton meters. The power is transmitted via a six-speed automatic transmission to the rear wheels. So far, so good.
Externally, it was only sharpened subtly. The most striking is the newly designed "Sharknose"grille. He is inspired by the concept car Alfieri, helping the car to a three-dimensional impression. Together with a newly designed air-channels in addition, the cW-value of 0.33 could be improved to 0.32. Also new is the rear bumper has been designed. It differs in its look in the future, depending on the selected equipment line (Sport or MC).
In the interior of the Maserati has worked mainly in the technology. The Infotainment System now features a new 8.4-inch Touchscreen. It can be controlled either by finger pressure or using a new double-knob forged aluminum, is in the slightly revised center console. In addition, the System is now compatible with the Smartphone-level features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and a rearview camera is also.
The price of everything remains as before: For the GranTurismo Sport, Maserati requires 126.100 Euro (149.250 euros for the MC Version). The GranCabrio Sport has a base price of of 143,200 euros, the MC-model fails with 154.650 euros.(ml)