Italian Automobile Manufacturer Maserati produced the GranTurismo between 2007 and 2019 as a perfect example of comfort and driver enjoyment synchronized with speed and raw power. The GranTurismo also holds the title of being the most quickly-developed car in the auto industry, moving from design to production in a mere nine months. The GranTurismo Sport Coupe, as featured here, made its debut at the March 2012 Geneva Motor Show. It featured new styling and several performance upgrades that made the Sport one of the most desirable trims to own. This sublime dealer-maintained 2013 GranTurismo Sport Coupe features a clean Carfax and can be spotted lurking in New Jersey with just 24,000 miles of road-time.
This Dealer-maintained 2013 GranTurismo Sport Coupe comes in Maserati's Grigio Granito exterior paint—an elegant yet sporty grey finish. In terms of exterior design, this exclusive automobile features Maserati's trademark automotive craftsmanship. The GranTurismo Sport's aggressive front grille pays homage to the 50's and hosts the iconic Maserati trident. The GranTurismo's front end is Long and wide, with the Sport trim receiving revamped headlights with "Maserati" engraved into them. Along the sides are wide fenders and classic Maserati side vents. The rear end has a crisp finish, with a curved-up spoiler that's integrated into the body, a little bit of chrome trim between the taillights, and a dual exhaust system. Maserati calls this Interior "Cuoio," and it comes with Poltrana Frau premium leather seats, which is a rear color combo. The GranTurismo is a perfect blend of luxury and sport with aluminum accents and a sharp and crisp Bose audio system.
The GranTurismo Sport comes with a Ferrari-derived 4.7L, 90-degree V8 capable of an impressive 454 HP at 7000rpm via a 6-speed shiftable automatic (tiptronic) transmission. To paint a picture, this car is capable of producing a 0-60 time of 4.7 seconds and completing a quarter-mile in just 12.5 seconds
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