New Sport Pack option adds styling tweaks and revised software for the automatic gearbox

Maserati has shown off its Sport Pack for the Maserati Granturismo S Automatic at the Frankfurt motor show.

Included in the new Sport Pack is a revised exhaust system, which provides “an even richer sound” and faster MC Auto Shift software for the automatic gearbox.

See pics of the Maserati Granturismo S Automatic Sport Pack

Externally, Sport Pack adds Grigio Mercury Neptune-design alloys, body-coloured side skirts, a new black grille with red-highlighted Maserati logo and an integrated boot spoiler.

Also on the list are tinted ‘black look’ headlights and oval exhaust pipes.

Power for the car remains the same at 434bhp and 361lb ft of torque thanks to its 4.7-litre V8 engine. The sprint to 60mph from standing takes five seconds and flat out, the Maserati Gran Turismo S automatic will reach 183mph.

The Sport Pack adds a premium of £3840 to the Granturismo’s price, up from £88,640 to £92,480.

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