Maserati has written the last chapter for its current generation GranTurismo with the Zéda, a special edition that marks the end of production for the Italian coupe. Designed by Centro Sile Maserati, the unique paint transitions from a satin finish into the brand's signature blue, telling a story through materials as the brand looks to the past, present, and future. It also marks the beginning of a new and high-tech future for the company, which will say goodbye to the use of its Ferrari-sourced engines for an all-electric powertrain that will be at the heart of the new GranTurismo.
Maserati previews the ICE-powered version of the upcoming next-generation GranTurismo
The gas-powered model will use the V6 Nettuno engine.
Maserati refreshes the GranTurismo for the 2018 model year
The Italian 2+2 debuts its updated styling.
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The company takes comedian Sebastian Maniscalco for a little spin around Monterey, CA.