While the Maserati GranTurismo and GranCabrio were about to give way to a whole new generation of models, the trident brand creates surprise by simply offering them a deep restylage which notably marks the disappearance of the V8 4.2 atmospheric.
At Maserati, it seems that the longevity of the Aston Martin DB9 has given ideas. The latter has remained no less than 12 years in the catalog (from 2004 to 2016, including a period under the name of Virage), and in the case of the GranTurismo / GranCabrio duo, we are off to dethrone the British. Launched in 2007, the Transalpine WG is determined to remain in the catalog for a few years now, as it has just been restyled. On the aesthetic level, this translates into a muzzle inspired by that of the Alfieri. The grille is thus more angular while the air inlets gain in width.
Maserati offers a choice of 18 body colors and 14 sets of rims. The manufacturer now also offers a Poltrona Frau leather upholstery. On board, one will discover a completely redesigned furniture and a new touch screen of 8.4 inches. The multimedia system behind the screen has obviously been renewed and is now compatible with Apple Car Play and Android Auto. That said, with such Maserati, music lovers will prefer to listen to the soundtrack offered by the 4.7-liter V8 that develops a power of 460 horsepower and displays a torque value of 520 Nm. It is true that the vocals of this duo Are worthy of the best Italian divas.