Maserati’s GranTurismo is going all-electric and is now in its final stages of testing. The Italian carmaker has released images of the prototype leaving its innovation lab in Italy.
The all-electric Maserati GranTurismo has reached the final stages of development. The Italian carmaker is now testing the prototype on the streets of Modena, Italy. The prototype EV was snapped as it was leaving the Maserati Innovation Lab by Maserati itself. And now, the company has released the first images of the 2022 Maserati GranTurismo EV.
The technical details are still under wraps, but so far, we know that Maserati is working on a very distinctive sound for its EV drivetrain. The company has not disclosed how it will achieve the sound, but it is expected to be very different from Maserati’s usual V6 and V8s.
In terms of styling, the 2022 GranTurismo has the same silhouette as its IC engine-powered predecessor. We think that Maserati will also introduce the GranCabrio EV at a later stage; perhaps, by mid-2022.
In 2019, Maserati announced that its all-electric line-up will be produced at Modena, Cassino, and Turin. The prototype EV is currently being tested on private grounds around Maserati’s facility. The final production model is expected to be showcased by the end of this year.