Maserati recently unveiled a minor facelift for the GranTurismo but the subtle styling tweaks didn’t do much to camouflage the fact that the car was introduced over a decade ago.
Thankfully the current model won’t stick around too much longer as Car Magazine is reporting a new GranTurismo is in the works for 2020.
While ten years feels like an eternity in the world of premium grand tourers, the delay is being chalked up to the development of a new platform which will underpin an assortment of future models including hybrids and electric vehicles.
Details are limited at this point but the car will reportedly be previewed by a concept early next year. Nothing is official but the concept is rumored to have a mixture of current GranTurismo styling elements with features seen on the Alfieri concept.
Performance specifications remain a mystery but the report suggests the car will have turbocharged engines and an eight-speed automatic transmission. One source also suggested some electrification might be in the works to help improve performance.
Regardless of what happens, the range-topping model is rumored to receive the twin-turbo 3.8-liter V8 engine from the Quattroporte GTS. It currently produces 523 hp (390 kW) and 524 lb-ft (709 Nm) of torque.