We’ve been drooling over shots of the Maserati GranTurismo since it debuted in October 2022.
They were enough to whet our appetite, but what we really wanted to see was whether the 2+2 cabin was as sweet as the exterior.
Well, the wait is finally over – the Italian automaker has finally pictures of the Maserati GranTurismo interior and they do not disappoint.
The all-new Maserati GranTurismo will come as both ICE-powered and as an EV.
Both the entry-level Modena and performance-orientated Trofeo are fitted with the twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6, albeit with different states of tune producing 490 bhp and 550 bhp respectively.
The all-electric Folgore features a trio of electric motors combining to produce 751 bhp, taking power from a 92.5 kWh 800-Volt battery pack.
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Inside the Maserati GranTurismo
Maserati has added different styling touches to the exterior of the car, as well as unique color and trim combinations on the inside, in order to differentiate each version.
In all honesty, the dashboard layout looks similar to that of the Maserati Grecale SUV.
Although the vast majority of components are shared with the Grecale, the GranTurismo has a more premium feel to it.
There’s detailing and stitching on the leather-wrapped dashboard and door cards, as well as textured inserts and shiny metal accents.
As to be expected, the GranTurismo is jam-packed with tech, including a 12.2-inch digital instrument cluster and 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen.
That’s in addition to an 8.8-inch touchscreen in the center console, heads-up display, and a fancy-looking digital clock with an analog face, like the one in the Grecale.
The GranTurismo also shares the same three-spoke steering wheel that’s found in the Grecale, which incorporates the start-stop button and rotating dial for the drive modes.
Being a 2+2, the GranTurismo’s seats have a sporty look to them, with integrated headrests showing off the Trident emblem.
Although Maserati says the GranTurismo is capable of accommodating four adults thanks to its roofline design, very few are likely to use it as a four-seater for long distances.
Other nice little touches include hidden “Since 1914” lettering on the side mouldings, a GranTurismo badge on the passenger side of the dash, and an Italian flag next to the climate vents.
Maserati hasn’t yet announced pricing and availability, but it plans to reveal the GranCabrio which is an open-top version of the GranTurismo later in the year.