DMC Tries To Make The Maserati GranTurismo Look More Aggressive

The problem, if you can call it that, with successful designs such as the Maserati GranTurismo, is that it’s hard for tuners to work on them without ruining their looks.

Still, that hasn’t stopped DMC from creating a body kit that’s meant to make the GranTurismo look more aggressive.

It’s called the Sovrano package and features the front bumper from an MC Trofeo with a carbon fiber lip, the bonnet from a GranTurismo GT3, custom side skirts, a carbon fiber rear diffuser and a trunk lid spoiler.

This example was caught on camera in Herzliya, Israel, by Autogespot user Superfast and it’s one of the very few ever seen in traffic. Given that the Sovrano kit has been around since 2013, it’s safe to assume that it hasn’t been a hit with GranTurismo owners.

This Maser also does without the tuner’s custom 20″ and 21″ all-black alloys, which would have filled the wheel arches better than the stock items and contrasted the white exterior nicely. So, has this kit improved the GranTurismo looks or not? You can have your say in the Comments section right below.

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  • I know they list the modifications but it felt like another GranTurismo MC! It’s either I’m blind or they just don’t make impression on me.

  • Bash

    Now how can i get that exact hood design for my Charger.

  • europeon

    Why the f**k are you writing an article about a (horrible and tacky) bodykit that is 8 years old? They’ve butchered the GranTurismo released this in 2011. You could have at least put in the minimum effort and find proper pictures, not some halfassed ones you took from Autogespot.
    Oh, nevermind, I’ve just seen who put his name on this “article”…

    • javier

      I have always thought the modern maserati is just disgusting and tacky, but to each his own.

  • Six_Tymes

    looks alright actually, not overdone

  • LWOAP

    Nope. It’s better off being left alone and besides this is pretty old. I still like it, but the GranTurismo really needs to be replaced.

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