62 units will be produced, each priced from £936,000 (approx. R22 million).
Both the Ghibli 334 Ultima and Levante Ultima will pack their twin-turbo 3.8-litre which develops 564 hp (421 kW).
While the road car uses an eight-speed, dual-clutch automatic transmission, the GT2 boasts a six-speed, sequential gearbox.
The Italian manufacturer will be bidding farewell to the V8 with the Ghibli 334 Ultima and Levante V8 Ultima.
The tuner has left things untouched under the body but you can opt for a new sports exhaust system.
This is the third car in the 12-car run and has never seen a race track in its life.
The new GranTurismo will launch in the second quarter of 2023, with the Modena and Trofeo versions arriving first.
It is expected to make its Fanatec GT2 European Series Championship debut next year.
It is being described as the car ‘to raise the brand’s unlimited performance to a new level of adrenaline on the track’.
The retractable roof can open and close in just 12 seconds and also features a large chromatic glass panel that can instantly turn from transparent to opaque.