The next-generation Maserati GranTurismo and GranCabrio will feature the debut of the Italian brand's all-new exterior styling.
There’s no doubt that Maseratis are fantastic looking cars, but some feel their overall design language is getting a little long in the tooth. According to a new report, the 2015 Maserati GranTurismo and GranCabrio will debut the Italian automaker’s new styling language. Thing is, Maserati just released its next-gen Quattroporte and the new Ghibli with the current and soon to be outgoing styling theme. In addition, the Levante SUV will also feature the brand’s current look.
As the brand’s flagship model, the GranTurismo is the ideal choice to debut something different and fresh. In addition to its design, sources are also claiming the next GranTurismo and GranCabrio will be smaller than the current models. Their rear seat will shrink because Maserati believes the new Ghibli will now attract customers looking to have a proper sporty four-seater. This will thus allow the next GranTurismo to be "more compact and dynamic." Maserati also wants to boost sales from 7,000 units to 50,000 by 2015. By that time, we’ll already be nearing major refreshes for the brand’s three core models, the sedans and the SUV, which will then also adapt the new styling.