It is very ironic that Maserati used the word “roaring” in the title of their latest video, “GranTurismo Folgore”.
The Italian brand’s latest ‘teaser’ shows an almost completely undisguised GranTurismo Folgore cruising through California, and it sounds like a spaceship. From the outside, it’s a real performance car.
The latest teaser takes the form of a video by Maserati’s head of design, Klaus Busse, and the brand’s chief communications officer, Maria Conti. offers the first chance to experience his GT Folgore.
The teaser reveals nearly the entire design of the new GranTurismo, showing it cruising the winding roads of California in style.
It looks like a Maserati – sleek, sexy, and really fast because the video also reveals key performance metrics. Reminded everyone that it hadn’t appeared yet.
The Ruler of Modern EV
Maserati’s head of design, Klaus Busse, and the automaker’s chief communications officer, Maria Conti, joined Maniscalco to reveal some key packaging details along with his 0-60 mph time for the EV. clarified.
In the video, Busse says the engineers stuffed the GranTurismo Folgore’s battery pack into the center tunnel.
This allowed the team to keep the car’s weight low and centered for a sports car. Motor Authority officials have previously said the electric GranTurismo will ride on a Maserati-exclusive platform, but designers have come closer to confirming the car’s platform.
Execs previously told MA that the GranTurismo Folgore he accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in less than three seconds. But in the video, Conti says it’s even faster, with the first Folgore (Maserati’s nickname for its electric car) in 2.6 seconds he can sprint from 0 to 60 mph, with a top speed of 200 mph. has been revealed to exceed.
The electric powertrain has three motors and over 1,200 horsepower. Maserati also says it has “top” fast-charging times, made possible by an 800-volt electrical system with a Formula E-derived inverter. The Maserati designed the signature sound of the first electric car, but didn’t say how it would be made”