The new Maserati GranTurismo Zéda is meant as a celebratory car as the production of the GranTurismo comes to a close. Yes, you read that correctly. Maserati is stopping production on the current generation GranTurismo and is planning towards a new model that’s set to launch in 2020.
The GranTurismo Zéda gets its name in a simple manner: “Zéda” means “Z” in the Modena dialect. This signifies the end of the current GranTurismo in the form of the end of the alphabet.
Maserati is already renovating the Modena plant where the new GranTurismo will be produced. Regarding the powertrain for the new GranTurismo and GranCabrio, Maserati say’s they will “herald a new era of electrification for the Maserati range of cars, constituting the first models to adopt 100% electric solutions in the history of the Brand.”