Maserati GranTurismo 2018: this is the new sports car

With two versions available, Maserati has unveiled its new GranTurismo 2018 on the New York Stock Exchange, where its CEO yesterday closed the day by ringing the bell iconic.Maserati GranTurismo 2018: the great sport, renovatedMaserati GranTurismo 2018: the great sport, renovatedMaserati GranTurismo 2018: the great sport, renovatedMaserati GranTurismo 2018: the great sport, renovated

Wall Street has been the site chosen by Maserati to show the world his new Maserati GranTurismo 2018. The New York Stock Exchange was a direct witness of the new sports brand trident, where Reid Bigland, CEO of the brand, rang the bell announcing the end of the day. Beside him, a Maserati SQ 4 "Nerissimo Edition", exclusive version of the US, was also exposed.

For its part, the new Maserati GranTurismo showed slight changes in its exterior aesthetics. The front grille has undergone minor modifications and has been lowered slightly in height, getting a new air flow inside and a small reduction of Cx 0.01 in air resistance.

Inside, they were added the highest quality in their finishes, an 8.4 inch with which control all data on vehicle Infotainment and a Harman sound equipment that will delight the most music lovers. Furthermore, the two individual rear seats which allow passengers remain four adults.

The best is hidden

But when we talk about Maserati talk about sound, speed and sportiness. And so we must look under the hood. The new Maserati GranTurismo Sport can be chosen and MC version (Acronym for Maserati Corse), both with a 4.7-liter V8 engine and 460 hp. Nevertheless, the MC version provides slightly higher performance that the Sport therefore reaches 100 km / h in 4.7 seconds (one faster than the tenth Sport) and 301 km / h speed tip (299 km / h Sport). Both mount an automatic transmission ZF seven speed, so that the only difference between the two models is a slightly lower weight of the MC version.

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