The electric architecture of Maserati GranTurismo Folgore is based on an 800-V technology with three electric motors – developed in Modena – powered by a 92.5 kWh battery with a discharge capacity of 560 kW, which allows you to continuously send about 760 HP towards the wheels.
The just unveiled model will be followed also by electric Grecale and MC20, all based on in-house developed powertrain, they say also drawing from the expertise of Stellantis Group in Formula E.
The highlight of the 800-volt architecture, besides the delivery power, is also the much faster recharge, with support to DC columns up to 300 kW, and 20 necessary minutes of time to rise from the usual 20% to 80%.
The two rear motors are totally decoupled, without any transmission that connects wheels. The Torque-Vectoring allows managing the torque on each single wheel.