For years, automakers were hellbent on making EVs look as alien as possible, as if they were otherworldly specimens sent from the future. Now that they’ve become more commonplace, we’re seeing only minimal changes between EVs and their gas-powered siblings, and that’s the case with the exterior of the Maserati GranTurismo Folgore.
This is not a dramatically different car from the previous GranTurismo, but that’s no bad thing, as Maserati has once again penned an undeniably sexy design. The headlights, taillights, and grille are familiar but have all been massaged for the new car – the Folgore has a grille with gloss black inserts on an anodized silk black base, and the Trident logo and model name appear in dark copper. The classic long-hood profile looks as alluring as ever. At the back, the Folgore once again mirrors its siblings closely, but the quad-exit tailpipes they have are, understandably, removed here.
Along the sides, the new Maserati GranTurismo Folgore coupe has a unique wheel design with those in front measuring 20 inches and those at the back being 21s. Maserati says there are a total of seven wheel options, and the brake calipers can be finished in various colors too.
As for the colors available for the Maserati GranTurismo Folgore, these include Bianco, Nero Ribelle, Grigio, Maratea, Grigio Maratea Matte, Blu Emozione, and Blu Nobile. There are also special shades from the Maserati Fuoriserie customization program, including the dedicated Rame Folgore for the electric model.