Maserati has been out testing prototypes for a redesigned GranTurismo for over a year, but the latest tester is the first we've seen for a planned electric version of the car.

Maserati is committed to offering an electric option on all of its cars by 2025, with the redesigned GranTurismo to be the first recipient. And by 2030, the automaker plans to only sell electric vehicles.

The new grand tourer is expected to debut later this year, albeit initially in internal-combustion guise only. The electric version will arrive in 2023, meaning we'll likely see it hit showrooms as a 2024 model. We know this latest prototype is for the electric GranTurismo because of the sealed-off intakes in the front fascia, the lack of exhaust tips, and what appears to be a charging port on the rear fascia.

Teaser for Maserati GranTurismo Folgore debuting in 2023

Teaser for Maserati GranTurismo Folgore debuting in 2023

Teaser for Maserati GranTurismo Folgore debuting in 2023

Teaser for Maserati GranTurismo Folgore debuting in 2023

Teaser for Maserati GranTurismo Folgore debuting in 2023

Teaser for Maserati GranTurismo Folgore debuting in 2023

The camouflage gear also features the term “Folgore,” which is the name Maserati has selected for its electric branding. It's Italian for “lightning.”

The powertrain in the electric GranTurismo is confirmed as a three-motor setup with one motor up front and two at the rear. The setup will run at 800 volts, meaning high-speed charging will be possible, and peak output will be over 1,200 hp—yes, hypercar territory. A teaser video from early 2020 hints at the sound the powertrain will make.

The internal-combustion engine destined to be offered alongside the new Folgore setup will be Maserati's 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V-6 that debuted in the the 2022 MC20 supercar, possibly with a mild-hybrid setup attached. The V-6 on its own delivers 621 hp in the MC20.

A GranTurismo Convertible (GranCabrio in some markets) is also planned, both with internal-combustion and electric power. Expect it to arrive arrive in 2023 or 2024.

The last GranTurismo reached the end of production in 2019 after a 12-year run. The specialist plant in Modena where it was built is now churning out the MC20. The new GranTurismo will be built at a plant in Turin.

Before we see the new GranTurimso, Maserati will introduce a small SUV called the Grecale. It's been designed on the platform of the Alfa Romeo Stelvio, and makes its debut on March 22.