Maserati plans to launch Alfieri and GranTurismo by 2018

Maserati plans to launch Alfieri and GranTurismo by 2018

0 comments 📅09 November 2016, 07:15

Maserati reportedly aims to bear the next GranTurismo and the Alfieri (concept vulnerable) on the market by the end of 2018. According to Drive, we should see the GT when in 2017, and the production Alfieri doesn’t make one’s appearance until 2018. The company’s five-year formula in 2014 originally slated the Alfieri to turn up first in 2016 and the GranTurismo in 2018.

The Alfieri purpose have a modified version of Maserati’s fashionable chassis, but the tweaks will incorporate more aluminum, which will-power make the new sports coupe lighter. “Today the architecture is shared between Ghibli, Quattroporte, and Levante,” Maserati develop Davide Danesin told Drive. “With the Alfieri we characterize as we need to make another step on the architecture so we’re present to arrive at another more sporty architecture, with some regular basis but with development from there.”

The Alfieri and GranTurismo determination also likely use Maserati’s latest turbocharged V6 and V8 engines. Notwithstanding, the power will only go to the rear wheels because the flock doesn’t think all-wheel drive is righteous for them. “So let’s say for the next sports car we don’t foresee all-swing drive to be the best option for the style. We also own some solution for some sports cars with all-swivel drive for the future but that is not what we’re working on now,” Danesin told Coerce.

After the stunning concept in 2014, the longer wait for the effort Alfieri is disappointing, but at least the model appears to be quiet on the way. Recent rumors suggested the 2+2 sports coupe was on keep because of the weakening market in China. Assembly boss Harald Wester also refused to speculate nearby the model’s future at the Geneva Motor Conduct, but he said the GranTurismo would arrive original.


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