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GranTurismo S, complete with rear-mounted, sequential-shift, robotised-manual transaxle replacing the GT’s ZF auto that’s mounted on the back of the engine. Yes, the GTS reverts to Maserati’s pre-torque-converter transmission architecture, albeit with improvements we’ll get to in a moment. Shifting the mass rearward, meanwhile, makes an already slightly tail-heavy car a touch more so: 49/51 becomes 47/53.
But back to the engine. Capacity is up to 4691cc from the previous 4244, and the highest point of a much flatter torque curve is 361lb ft at 4750rpm (just under 300lb ft is on tap by 2500rpm), with power maxing at 433bhp and 7000rpm (a 34bhp increase). And it sounds great – provided you’ve pressed the all-important ‘Sport’ button, which bypasses part of the exhaust system and releases the final 10bhp. It also enables what Maserati calls ‘MC-Shift’ gearchanges; make a manual upshift with the revs over 5500rpm and the throttle at least 80 per cent open and, like Ferrari’s F1-SuperFast system, MC-Shift overlaps clutch movements with gear engagement for faster shift times.