If you're a motor sport aficionado, choosing a new Maserati GT model is a great choice for you. All current models come equipped with a Ferrari-built 4.7-liter V8 engine. It delivers a strong and sporty 460-horsepower and around 383 pounds-feet of torque, resulting in a fun and exciting driving experience whether you're cruising around Dallas-Fort Worth or are finding out what the engine can really do on the nearest racetrack. The standard GranTurismo Sport model achieves 0-60 mph in as little as 4.8 seconds, while the GranTurismo MC model can achieve it in 4.7 seconds. Both GranTurismo models achieve a top speed of 187 mph.
The engine is paired with a ZF six-speed MC Auto Shift gearbox, delivering smooth and responsive shifting on every setting. You can operate the gearbox with your choice of multiple modes, including Auto-Normal, Auto-Sport, Manual-Normal, Manual-Sport, and ICE modes, providing you with an array of driving styles to choose from when the moment calls for it. All models uses a double wishbone suspension, hydraulic steering, and Brembo brakes to deliver a sporty and responsive feel behind the wheel. There's numerous settings you can engage as well, including Normal for day-to-day driving and a Sport setting that's firmer.
The outside of the new Maserati GranTurismo and sporty and aggressive, highlighted by chiseled body lines, a large front grille, LED headlights, and the iconic Maserati Trident. The rear of the vehicle has a short back end for greater aerodynamics and appeal, as well as dual exhaust pipes, and LED taillights. Inside the cabin, you and your front seat passenger can enjoy a cockpit like set up, with many controls at the tips of your fingers. There's also an Easy Entry system that lets both front seats slide forward and backward electronically, allowing two more passengers to sit comfortably in the back.
The standard infotainment is entirely new, offering a high-resolution 8.4-inch touchscreen display that allows for easy control of audio, navigation, comfort, and other features throughout the vehicle. There's also other connectivity features built-in, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as Bluetooth connectivity, an SD card reader, and more.
While concrete information hasn't yet been revealed, we can expect that you can choose from a suite of driver assistance features to give you more confidence around DFW Metroplex, including automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning with lane-keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, and more.