The new Maserati GranTurismo no longer has secrets. The Italian firm has finally revealed all the details and images of this model, finally discovering today How is the interior of this sports car that we can buy both gasoline and electric. Designed to stand up to the best GT of the moment signed by Porsche, Aston Martin or Ferrari, let’s discover the new Maserati GranTurismo 2023 with great detail through this gallery with 108 images.
Officially presented last October 2022, the Maserati GranTurismo had yet to reveal aspects as important as its interior. Well, the expected moment has arrived and today we can finally see how this cabin for 4 adult passengers where the highest level of luxury, technology and sportiness is promised.
The Maserati GranTurismo will have an electric version of 761 CV that is an absolute pioneer in its class
being able to see up to three different configurations for the interior according to the three versions available in the GranTurismo range: Modena, Trofeo and Folgore, the first point where we stop is in the driving position. Maserati maintains the philosophy already seen in the Grecale, which translates into a commitment to the all-screen concept that makes us have in front of us a total of 6 different screens: 12.2″ digital instrument cluster, Head-Up Display, multimedia system with 12.3″ touch screen, interactive digital clock, climate control and vehicle functions via 8.8″ touch panel and digital interior mirror .
We are talking about an important qualitative leap in design, technology and connectivity with respect to the previous GranTurismo, making this new generation a reference in its class in this regard. Yes indeed, This commitment to digitization means that physical controls have practically completely disappeared, something that you already know that in Diariomotor generates us a lot of misgivings due to the distractions while driving that it can cause. That being said, once we test it thoroughly, we will tell you in detail our impressions on this aspect.
In the GranTurismo we find up to 6 different screens in front of the driver
Aesthetically, it cannot be denied that the whole works and the combination of an elegant design – and even classic in certain details – with such a waste of infotainment is successful, something that is not easy. In addition, Maserati is strongly committed to quality and customization, using leather upholstery and noble materials to the last corner, finishing off the set with a sound equipment signed by the Italian firm Sonus Faber which boasts 14 speakers and 860 W in its standard configuration, rising to 19 speakers and 1,195 W in its most capable configuration.