Maserati unveiled its Alfieri concept at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. The Alfieri is a combination of a design style concept and the potential for production. Named after one of the founding brothers, the Alfieri is a prospective 2+2 replacement for the GranTurismo. The new concept comes precisely 50 years after the company introduced its A6 GCS, which served as inspiration for the Alfieri.
The Alfieri rides on a shortened version of the existing two-door’s MC Stradale chassis, utilizing the current 454-hp 4.7-liter V8, transaxle, and carbon Brembo brakes. However Maserati suggested that it could fit either the eight or twelve-cylinder engines into the concept. This Alfieri concept has a futuristic interior, mixing digital instruments with copper and leather, and an exterior the essence of contemporary Italian styling.
Maserati says “the Alfieri is obviously much more than a futuristic interpretation of the A6 GCS-53; Maserati has a diversified design history that encourages designers to look forward rather than back”
Though it’s still early on, we’re told the Alfieri could launch as soon as 2016.