At the Detroit Auto Show Maserati showed off the Quattroporte Sport GTS, which increased the power in V8 4.7-liter engine by 3 hp for a 433 hp grand total. The GTS package also gave a new shift pattern to the automatic transmission. Now it’s time for the GranTurismo to get the GTS packaging (looks like someone forgot the rules of alphabet soup), making it the first time a fully-automatic transmission will be offered in the car.

The bigger news coming from the Italian automaker will be what is being considered a third model in its lineup called the Spyder. It should should have seating for four, and may be ready for public viewing as soon as the Frankfurt Auto Show in September. The Spyder will be heavily based on the GranTurismo but is being considered its own model by Maserati.


Source: What Car

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Myles_Kornblatt  (169) posted on 02.9.2009

The GTS is based on the GranTurismo S, making this the GT S GTS.

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