Powered by a 4.7 litre V8 delivering 440 HP, the GranCabrio features a ZF automatic six-speed gearbox and is the convertible with the longest wheelbase on the market (2,492mm). It reaches 100 km/h (62 mph) from standstill in 5.4 seconds and has a top speed of 175 mph.
The GranCabrio continues the Maserati tradition in open-top cars and joins models which have played an important role in the Modena carmaker's history such as the A6G Frua Spyder (1950), the 3500GT Vignale Spyder (1960), the Mistral Spyder (1964), the Ghibli Spyder (1968) and the Spyder designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro (2001), the car that marked Maserati's return to the United States.
Whilst following in the footsteps of tradition, the GranCabrio opens a new chapter, because never before have four-seater convertibles been produced at the Viale Ciro Menotti Maserati factory. Four proper seats, so that the rear passengers are not merely supporting actors, but co-stars of the journey.
The personalisation options on the GranCabrio, which is available in 14 different exterior colours, have been enhanced by six different shades for the soft top and by the introduction of two new Poltrona Frau® leather colours, Bianco Polare (Polar White) and Blu Profondità (Deep Blue). The dashboard, door panels and rear side panels are available in the new 'Dark Chrome' standard finish but it is also possible to choose from precious woods, such as Carbalho and Moonwood, or coloured lacquer finishes.
In addition to the wide range of options, a bespoke four-piece leather luggage set which fits into the boot is available to order. The trolley suitcases can be ordered individually and can also be fixed on the rear seats with a security belt and an elegant leather cover will protect the seats.Maserati showcases the new Ghibli
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