Italian automaker Maserati was established in 1914 by a family of brothers sharing the same name, producing both road and race cars. Now under the umbrella of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), Maserati builds luxury sedans and grand tourers.
The Italian grand touring coupe returns with a trio of gasoline and electric-powered variants, all borrowing liberally from the brand's halo super sports car.
The fully electric Folgore's is quicker than the sporty Trofeo variant, but this focus on performance may come at the cost of range.
The Italian GT returns with a trio of gasoline and electric variants, all borrowing liberally from the brand's halo supercar.
This electric model is quicker to 60 mph than any other GranTurismo.
It also relies on the MC20's 3.0-liter Nettuno V6 gas engine.
Maserati's new mid-engine supercar is an exquisite return to form.
The mid-engine MC20 is the halo car Maserati deserves.
Only 62 of these super-supercars will be built.