Maserati announced in a press release to enter Formula Ethe electric derivative of Formula 1, the whole in partnership with ROKit Venturi Racing.
For the occasion, the new Granturismo Folgore, the 100% electric version of the future Granturismo, was unveiled. Although still camouflaged, it gives a glimpse of its curves and curvaceous charms.
Led by CEO Carlos Tavares during this photographed test drive, it hints at a The front styling is quite similar to the new MC20 supercar and the new D-SUV Grecale.
It should feature an architecture composed of 3 electric motorsdelivering a total of more than 1200 hpa 0 to 100 km/h in 2s and a V-max of 300 km/h.
This is a brilliant way to introduce the future Granturismo range, which will be unveiled by the end of 2022.