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Maserati Introduces The New GranCabrio, A Convertible Version Of The GranTurismo

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Maserati has unveiled the GranCabrio, a convertible version of the GranTurismo, designed for driving enthusiasts seeking comfort and style. The GranCabrio, available initially in the Trofeo trim level, is equipped with the powerful 542 hp 3.0-liter twin-turbo Nettuno engine, setting new standards in performance within the Maserati range.

The GranCabrio combines the power of the Nettuno engine with luxurious comfort for long journeys and now offers an open-air driving experience. This convertible, fully manufactured in Italy, continues the legacy of the GranTurismo, providing luxury, performance, comfort, and sportiness in an elegant package.

The fabric roof neatly stows away in the trunk within 14 seconds, even while driving at speeds up to 50 km/h, offering ample space for four passengers, ideal for a comfortable travel experience

Driving with a company or alone, feeling the wind in your hair, enjoying every moment of a great ride, and embracing the true Italian style.

The Maserati GranCabrio’s elegance shines even more when the soft top is down, and the sound of the engine fills the air. The connection with the road and surroundings is a unique experience that only the spyder version of a car like this can provide. This car has been a key player in the automotive world for over six decades since the convertible variant of Maserati’s first road-worthy sports car, the 3500 GT, was unveiled at the 1959 Geneva Motor Show.

Maserati has introduced a new luxury convertible car that elevates the brand’s signature design elements and premium materials to enhance the driving experience. The convertible version aims to provide immersive driving pleasure, perfectly blending with the surroundings and embodying the essence of travel associated with GranCabrio clientele.

The focus on design and dedication to exclusive details don’t compromise on performance and enjoyment. Technology plays a vital role, offering top-notch infotainment and driver assistance features for safety and entertainment. The car is designed to deliver an optimal blend of aesthetics and practicality, making it the ultimate companion for extensive journeys where style meets functionality.

The open-air driving experience of the Maserati GranCabrio is enhanced by its exceptional thermal and acoustic comfort. The soft top, available in five colors, can be easily operated from the central display using a touch button, giving the driver full control and independence. To cater to open-air driving enthusiasts, Maserati includes an innovative neck warmer as a standard feature in the GranCabrio, providing adjustable warmth levels for the driver and passenger.

An optional accessory for the GranCabrio is the wind stopper, designed for use with two passengers and can be manually folded. This feature reduces turbulence inside the cabin when the top is down, allowing drivers to fully enjoy the vehicle’s aerodynamic capabilities.

The new GranCabrio, developed alongside the GranTurismo, embodies the fusion of high performance and timeless elegance. It maintains its signature style with classic Modena-based Brand proportions while integrating state-of-the-art mechanics and the latest technology. The luxurious interiors reflect the renowned Italian craftsmanship with a blend of classic and contemporary design elements, consistent with the legacy of Maserati’s most iconic vehicles.

Image Source: Jia Li / Shutterstock

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