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The GranTurismo Sport improves on Maserati’s tradition of offering rich sporting character and high performance while also delivering comfort for four adults and effortless elegance and sophistication.
An evolution of the GranTurismo S and the GranTurismo S Automatic, the GranTurismo Sport delivers a range of technical features that enhance its sporting character, both inside and out.
Unveiled at this year’s Geneva Motor Show, the GranTurismo Sport has been designed to stand out from the coupe market with aerodynamically efficient design upgrades derived from the MC Stradale. While its headlight shape remains the same, Maserati has fitted them with new lighting technology, including LED Daytime Running Lights.
Capable of sprinting to 100km/h in only 4.7 seconds and reaching 300km/h, the GranTurismo Sport carries the latest evolution of Maserati’s all-alloy, 4.7-litre V8 engine, boasting 338kW (460CV) of power.
Available with both six-speed automatic and electro-actuated transmissions, the GranTurismo Sport also delivers a new generation of the Sport Skyhook active damping system and dual-cast brakes for maximum stopping power. It sits between the GranTurismo and the GranTurismo MC to provide the mid-point of the GranTurismo model range.
The GranTurismo Sport carries on the traditions of the GranTurismo, which has been one of the most successful cars in Maserati history. Since its launch at the 2007 Geneva Motor Show, around 15,000 GranTurismos have been delivered all over the world.
Last year the 2700 GranTurismo sales accounted for 44% of Maserati’s total. The United States was once again the leading market with almost 900 GranTurismos sold in 2011, followed by China and Italy.