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MASERATI GranTurismo Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 4
First production year: 2007
Engines: Gasoline
Body style: Coupé (two-door)
 

2017 - Present

Maserati introduced a final update for its aging Maserati GranTurismo in 2017, and even though there were primarily cosmetic changes, there were some bumps in the spec sheet. For the 2018 model, the most significant change was the withdrawal of the 4.2-liter powerplant. The only two models offered were the Sport and the MC versions. While the first was mainly oriented for pleasure driving, th...

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gasoline engines:

  MASERATI GranTurismo MC 4.7L V8 6AT (460 HP)

  MASERATI GranTurismo Sport 4.7L V8 6AT (460 HP)

2011 - 2017

It was the most powerful and the fastest Maserati from the Italian car-maker. It was the hard-core version of its well-known GT model. And it wasn't a GT anymore. Maserati has a long history in motorsports. It won races on most European tracks and its conversion toward GT cars was not unusual. But it still didn't forget its past and glory. The MC Stradale was just the kind of car th...

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gasoline engines:

  MASERATI GranTurismo MC Stradale 4.7 V8 6AT (450 HP)

2008 - 2012

Unveiled one year after the launch of the Maserati Granturismo, the more powerful S version had a slightly redesigned look and upgraded mechanics. Aesthetically, the Granturismo S featured grey 20-inch alloys, a blacked-out grille, an extended tail spoiler, dual chromed tailpipes, flared sills and red brake callipers. The major upgrade though was under the hood, with a new 4.7-liter engine...

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gasoline engines:

  MASERATI GranTurismo S 4.7L V8 6AT (440 HP)

  MASERATI GranTurismo S 4.7L V8 6MT (440 HP)

2007 - Present

Maserati introduced the replacement of the Coupe in 2007, at the Geneva Motor Show, and named it GranTurismo, trying to offer a competitive grand tourer with a flair of premium feel. Unlike its predecessor, the 2007 GranTurismo was more or less a Ferrari California since the two cars sported the same drivetrains, albeit differently tuned for each brand. While the GranTurismo was made especial...

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