The next gen Maserati Gran Turismo has been spotted!

Thanks to the good folks at CarBuzz, we now know a lot about the design of the replacement to one of the most gorgeous looking GTs out there.

Maserati has always been the one for design. Maserati’s design language exudes sophistication, sex appeal and most of all character. One of the few Italian brands that does not scream it wants attention but, just gets it. The existing Maserati Gran Turismo (or outgoing one) was a simple but exhilarating in all ways be it looks, drive or the sound. So, the new one has to be a banger to fill in the shoes. Ferrari failed that when the F8 tributo was made the successor to the 458 and the 488.

The successor to the Gran Turisomo was originally scheduled to be revealed last year. But, it didn’t. There’s no specific reason per say by Maserati but it was definitely pandemic issues messing up Maserati’s revival plans and the culprit of the century, chip shortage. Now though, this could very well be revealed this year considering how close to production this camo-covered test mule looks. Without further delay, lets check this one out!


The front has almost no camo. There is a slight camo on Maserati’s trident logo sitting proud amidst that massive vertical slat grille flanked by new tail-lights that are now also vertical instead of the horizontal mounting they had on the previous model. Honest opinion, previous ones were better but, we shall wait till the official reveal. Also, the headlights don’t appear to be having any fancy laser-light tech that the Germans have adopted in their cars. The bumper is already at the height where we find air intakes but, there’s another slit opening right below the grille possibly for the radiator flanked with two big air intakes for the brakes.


Coming over to the side profile, the camo doesn’t hide much of the basic shape which seems to be very similar to the current car. Especially if you look at the window line. Differences start to appear as the shape contours towards the back which is more aggressive this time than the flowing lines of the current car. This could definitely mean it’d be catering more towards the “race car” enthusiasts who want a comfortable cruiser for highways or daily needs but, want to have fun at the tracks. The wheels appear to be 20″ with some massive brake discs. Could that be because of a massive power upgrade this time?

Well, very much considering the car we’re looking at could be powered by the same twin-turbo V6 that powers the MC20. If it is, it will be mated to an 8-speed dual-clutch routing the 620 horses to the rear wheels. Of course RWD!

The rear end is my most favourite part. The slim tail lights, quad exhausts and the aggressive diffuser give it a more race car than GT appeal. This is like the best combo ever for any enthusiast. The only thing missing is the Maserati trident from the boot lid.

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Prakhar K.

Editor-in-chief and 4-wheel fanatic

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