A prototype for an electric version of the redesigned Maserati GranTurismo has been spotted on the streets of Rome being driven by Carlos Tavares, the CEO of Maserati parent company Stellantis. The electric GranTurismo, which will be badged a Folgore, Italian for “lightning,” is coming in 2023 with over 1,200 hp.
Mercedes-Benz has added a smaller sibling to the EQS electric hatchback for 2023 in the form of the EQE sedan. We’ve just tested the EQE in 350+ guise, but there’s also a more potent AMG EQE 53 headed to showrooms shortly.
Another vehicle we’ve tested is Aston Martin’s wild DBX707. With almost 700 hp on tap, the DBX707 drives like a sports car dressed in SUV clothing.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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