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        Maserati GranTurismo

        The Maserati GranTurismo, a Coupe from Maserati, was launched in India in Oct, 2018.

        Maserati GranTurismo price starts from ₹ 2.25 Crore in India. GranTurismo is available in 7 colours - Bianco Eldorado, Nero, Grigio Alfieri, Grigio Granito, Nero Carbonio, Blu Sofisticato, Rosso Trionfale. GranTurismo seating capacity is 4 People.

        GranTurismo is available in 4 versions and 1 fuel options(s) - Petrol. Petrol models comes with 4691cc engine which generates peak power of 453 bhp @ 7000 rpm .

        GranTurismo competes with BMW M8, Maserati Quattroporte and Mercedes-Benz AMG EQS in India.

        Maserati GranTurismo Model List

        GranTurismo Model Price Key Specs
        4.7 V8 MC [2018-2020] ₹ 2.25 Crore Petrol, 4691 cc, Automatic
        4.7 V8 Sport ₹ 2.25 Crore Petrol, 4691 cc, Automatic (DCT)
        4.7 V8 Sport [2018-2020] ₹ 2.48 Crore Petrol, 4691 cc, Automatic
        4.7 V8 MC ₹ 2.48 Crore Petrol, 4691 cc, Automatic (DCT)

        GranTurismo Price

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        ₹2.25 - 2.48 crore

        Last Recorded Price

        Maserati GranTurismo has been discontinued in 2021. We are showing the last known price for GranTurismo.

        Maserati GranTurismo Key Specifications

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        Price

        ₹ 2.25 - 2.48 Crore
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        Fuel Type

        Petrol
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        Seating Capacity

        4 People
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        Warranty

        3 Years or Unlimited km
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        Engine Size

        4691 cc
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        Automatic, Automatic (DCT)
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        Size

        4920 mm L X 2056 mm W X 1380 mm H
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        Fuel Tank

        86 litre

        GranTurismo Expert Review

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        Buy it: It looks stunning and there is a 4.7-litre 460bhp V8 under the bonnet that makes an unholy sound when you gas the throttle.
        Don’t buy it: The interiors feel like they are from 2002 and it is terribly impractical in every way that you can imagine.

        One buys a Mercedes for comfort, an Audi for the technology or a BMW because they appeal to your inner racing driver. But a Maserati…well you buy it because it stirs up the inner child in you. It is the very same one that hung as a poster on your bedroom wall and so you dreamt every night of blasting down the Italian Autostrade.


        Well that’s what the Maserati Gran Turismo Sport is. An indulgent dream packaged in a stunning Pininfarina designed body that looks like nothing else and sounds like the thunder pealing out of the sky during a heavy storm.

        Before I get all lost in how incredible the design is, I should tell you that this is a 2016 MY car and that a 2017 model will make its way to India next year. The updated car sees quite a few changes both on the inside and outside.

        Appearance Exterior

        The Gran Turismo Sport stands low to the ground with the Maserati trident logo appearing almost 3D-like thanks to black inserts in the front bumper. The heavily, flared haunches and forward sloping bonnet add to the angry and purposeful appearance of the car.

        Head over to its side and just one glance is enough to make you realise that all Maserati cars should be two-door affairs as it suits their sporty nature quite well. The stance is entirely forward leaning and thanks to the massive engine, the cabin sits in a mid-rear position. It is almost impossible to miss those massive wheels and the prominent contrast coloured brake calipers.

        Given, the positioning of the cabin, it is kind of obvious that there would be a stubby boot. The wedge-shaped tail lamps with LED inserts are hard to miss while the sound track that comes out from behind the car is the courtesy of two massive chromed out tail pipes. For something that’s been given such heavily flared wheel arches and has a width that’s 200mm over that of a Toyota Fortuner, the rear looks surprisingly compact and well-toned.

        Appearance Interior

        A common joke trending on the internet these days always begins with ‘Only 2000’s kids will remember this’. And that phrase seems aptly suited to describe the cabin of the Gran Tursimo. The whole layout feels dated and even the steering is massive for a cabin of this size.


        A saving grace in what is otherwise a very dated cabin is the whole seating package which is really good. All four individual seats have been trimmed out in really nice leather with contrast stitching and Maserati logos. The front ones also have electric adjustment, but no lumbar adjustment. There is plenty of support for the upper body as well the legs and this is particularly useful when one is catching those high G-forces through the corners. The steering is massive for such a car but feels classy to use and looks nice, thanks to a carbon fibre insert on the top.


        Sadly, these are the high points for the cabin of a car that costs Rs 2.2 crores. The infotainment system looks dated and is a not a touch unit, the climate control interface seems to have been borrowed from a budget Fiat and there far too many buttons for a performance car in this smart phone age.
        The cabin is a 2+2 which means you can bring two more people to scare when you are gunning this beast to the limit.

        For a generously proportioned individual like myself, the back is best suited to short journeys as its cramped and getting in and out is quite a task. But if you are of normal size then it should not be too much of an issue and you will actually find the leather seats quite comfortable. Finally, there is a 260-litre boot which is good for some small stuff, while in terms of safety you get all the driver aids like ABS, EBD, traction control, ESP as well as six airbags.

        Performance Drive

        We have been going on and on about the sound track and speed over the last 800 words and here's where things get real. Firstly, there is a massive naturally aspirated 4.7-litre V8 sitting well behind the front axles. It produces a whopping 460bhp/520Nm of torque with power going to rear wheels via a six-speed AT. It’s a detuned Ferrari engine and in the world of performance cars, that’s as good as things can get when one dreams of the Prancing Horse but it is just a little out of your reach.

        Stick the old school style key fob, twist and prepare to have your special places come to attention as the V8 come to life with a throaty growl. Mash the throttle and you are treated to a life enriching experience from the exhaust pipes and once you cross the 2000rpm mark, attaining aural V8 nirvana becomes a real possibility.

        It is also not a vehicle meant to tick off various performance parameters but rather one to enjoy the sensations with and celebrate the fact that you can be north of 150kmph without breaking a sweat. Give it an open highway and you will feel the car come alive in no time.

        The feel from the massive steering wheel is pretty good and weighs up correctly at three-digit speeds while the paddle shifters respond instantly, treating you to a bunch of crackles and pops as you drop gears to slow down. The braking power is phenomenal though we found them overly assisted. But with so much performance on the tap, it seems like a useful thing to have.

        For a car of this kind of extreme design, it rides surprisingly well and was able to take on our Indian conditions without struggling too much. The car that we drove had been fitted with optional 40 profile R19 wheels and tyres and you only felt a real difference when the car was slotted into sports mode. Here, the ride firmed up quite a bit and the steering became quite heavy at low speeds.

        Tech Specs

        Make  Maserati
        Model  Gran Turismo 
        Fuel  Petrol
        Variant  Sport
        Engine Capacity  4.7-litre 
        Max. Power (bhp@rpm)  460bhp @ 7000rpm
        Max. torque (Nm@rpm)  520Nm @ 4750rpm
        Gears   Six-speed AT
        Length mm  5265
        Width mm  2100
        Height mm  1481
        Wheelbase mm  3171
        Fuel Capacity (in litres)  86
        Tyre size  245/40 R19 (Front) , 285/40 R19 (Rear)

        Features

        Features  
        Leather upholstery Yes
        Satellite Navigation Yes
        Climate control Yes
        Six-speed AT Yes

        Competition All Specs

        Make Jaguar  Porsche   Maserati
        Model F-Type 911  Gran Turismo 
        Fuel Petrol Petrol  Petrol
        Variant R                                                            Turbo                                            Sport
        Engine Capacity 5.0-litre 3.8 -litre  4.7-litre 
        Max. Power (bhp@rpm) 543 @ 6500 560bhp @ 6500  460bhp @ 7000rpm
        Max. torque (Nm@rpm) 680 @ 2500 700 @ 2200  520Nm @ 4750rpm
        Gears  Eight Seven  Six-speed AT
        Length mm 4470 4506  5265
        Width mm 1923 1880  2100
        Height mm 1297 1296  1481
        Wheelbase mm 2622 2450  3171
        Fuel Capacity (in litres) 72 68  86
        Tyre size 255/ 35 R20 (Front) ,295/ 35 R20 (Rear) 245/35 R20 (Front) , 295/30 R20 (Rear)  245/40 R19 (Front) , 285/40 R19 (Rear)

        Conclusion

        A car like the Maserati Gran Turismo Sport is all about the experience of going fast and it is never going to make it to any record book in terms of performance numbers. It looks other-worldly and sounds that way too, but loses out thanks to the dated interiors. On our Indian roads, it’s a bit of a handful as you have to carefully navigate your way around every pot hole, speed breaker as well as impatient motorists trying to take your picture or pass you. The Maserati Gran Turismo Sport is priced at Rs 2.2 crore (ex-showroom Delhi). 

          Photos by  Kapil Angane 

        Maserati GranTurismo Price List

        Find a list of all 4 petrol versions of Maserati GranTurismo. This table includes on-road price which covers all costs like RTO and Insurance.

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        GranTurismo Versions Ex-showroom Price Compare
        Petrol, 4691 cc, Automatic tooltip
        Fuel Type: Petrol
        Engine: 4691 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
        Transmission: Automatic (In semi-automatic transmission cars, Gear shifting is handled by the car itself like an automatic car but gear shifting may not be as smooth as an automatic car)
        ₹ 2.25 Crore
        Key features : Turbocharged, Sunroof, Cruise Control, Leather Seats, Ventilated Seats
        Petrol, 4691 cc, Automatic (DCT) tooltip
        Fuel Type: Petrol
        Engine: 4691 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
        Transmission: Automatic (DCT)
        ₹ 2.25 Crore
        Key features : Turbocharged, Cruise Control, Leather Seats, Ventilated Seats, Alloy Wheels
        Petrol, 4691 cc, Automatic tooltip
        Fuel Type: Petrol
        Engine: 4691 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
        Transmission: Automatic (In semi-automatic transmission cars, Gear shifting is handled by the car itself like an automatic car but gear shifting may not be as smooth as an automatic car)
        ₹ 2.48 Crore
        Key features : Turbocharged, Sunroof, Cruise Control, Leather Seats, Ventilated Seats
        Petrol, 4691 cc, Automatic (DCT) tooltip
        Fuel Type: Petrol
        Engine: 4691 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
        Transmission: Automatic (DCT)
        ₹ 2.48 Crore
        Key features : Turbocharged, Cruise Control, Leather Seats, Ventilated Seats, Alloy Wheels

        Maserati GranTurismo Discontinued Versions

        Note: ALL Maserati GranTurismo 4.7 V8 MC [2018-2020], 4.7 V8 Sport, 4.7 V8 Sport [2018-2020], 4.7 V8 MC have been discontinued.

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        User Reviews for GranTurismo

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        • 09/26/2011 12:26:54 | Pratik

          After testing Gran Turismo, I think this car is the fastest super luxury car that is loaded with a powerful 4.2 litre V6 petrol engine with 4224cc engine displacement. The car is superbly fast and can deliver maximum power of 405hp at 7100rpm. The compact exterior has supreme quality metallic paint, front air dam, chrome trim located on side windows and body coloured bumpers of both sides. The most impressive aspect is safety measures to protect the passenger in case of accidents. Some useful features include emergency fuel shut-off device, passenger air-bag with dual stage deployment, side hear curtain air-bags, front and rear 3-point seatbelts with pre-tensioners and force limiters, door and seat mounted front side air-bags with head protection and trunk anti-trap device. Interior structure has been diligently structured accommodating various storage space to provide optimum passenger comfort. Few of them are front door mounted storage, rear lower console storage, illuminated and lockable glove compartment and two cup-holders each in front and back. Another quaint aspect is its entertainment unit that consist of an audio system with Bose surround sound and 11 high quality speakers. The unit also has a front auxiliary audio jack input, hard drive with 30 GB memory and wireless communication accessibility with blue-tooth enabled devices.

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        GranTurismo FAQs

        Maserati GranTurismo is available in 7 colours - Bianco Eldorado, Nero, Grigio Alfieri, Grigio Granito, Nero Carbonio, Blu Sofisticato, Rosso Trionfale
        There are 1 Maserati GranTurismo showrooms in Mumbai. Check showrooms in your .

        Quick Facts about Maserati GranTurismo

        Maserati GranTurismo, a Coupe, is available from ₹ 2.25 - 2.48 Crore in India. Maserati offers the latest GranTurismo in 4 versions in India. The base model 4.7 V8 MC [2018-2020] starts at ₹ 2.25 Crore in Delhi and the top model 4.7 V8 Sport [2018-2020] priced at ₹ 2.48 Crore in Delhi. If you are looking for 4 seater car then you should consider GranTurismo.

        GranTurismo comes in 4 Petrol version (s).

        The Petrol version comes with 4691cc engine capacity and Automatic,Automatic (DCT) transmission mode(s). It generates 453 bhp @ 7000 rpm.

        Maserati GranTurismo comes in 7 colors which include Bianco Eldorado, Nero, Grigio Alfieri, Grigio Granito, Nero Carbonio, Blu Sofisticato, Rosso Trionfale.

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        Price ₹ 2.25 Crore ₹ 2.23 Crore ₹ 1.80 Crore ₹ 2.45 Crore
        Fuel Type Petrol Petrol Petrol Electric
        Engine Size 4691 cc 4395 cc 2979 cc -
        Transmission Automatic Automatic (TC) Automatic (TC) Automatic
        Power 453 bhp @ 7000 rpm 591 bhp @ 6000 rpm 345 bhp @ 5500 rpm -
        Torque 520 Nm @ 4750 rpm 750 Nm @ 1800 rpm 500 Nm @ 1750 rpm -
        Safety Rating - Not Tested 5 Star (Euro NCAP) 5 Star (Euro NCAP)
        Boot Space 260 litres 420 litres 530 litres 610 litres
        Ground Clearance - 130 mm - -
        Size 4920 mm L X 2056 mm W X 1380 mm H 4867 mm L X 1907 mm W X 1362 mm H 5262 mm L X 1948 mm W X 1481 mm H 5223 mm L X 1926 mm W X 1518 mm H
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