Visually, the new Folgare looks much like any other new GranTurismo. But this one is hiding a secret: three electric motors. At “around” 760 horsepower, the electrified Folgare variant is the most powerful version of the GranTurismo. With the Folgare, Maserati is forgoing the conventional “electric skateboard” approach that many automakers like GM use in their EV architecture. Maserati is using what it refers to as a “t-bone.” Essentially, the design places the majority of battery components through the transmission tunnel and around the driver, as opposed to directly under the seats.
Maserati has not revealed specific range figures for the Folgare, but it states that the battery has a capacity of 92.5 kilowatt-hours. As of today, the brand has not unveiled pricing details or a release date for all three versions of the GranTurismo.
In a press release, the brand claims that every Maserati will have an electrified variant by at least 2025 with every Maserati ditching a gas engine entirely by 2030.