New Maserati GranCabrio Debuts

BY Vivek Max R

GranCabrio, Maserati’s new spyder, features iconic design and open-top elegance.

On 1 March 2024 in Modena, Italy, Maserati debuted GranCabrio, Maserati’s latest creation dedicated to driving enthusiasts who demand the greatest levels of comfort and style. GranCabrio is a brand-new and equally elegant open-top version of its GranTurismo coupe twin.

At launch, the Maserati GranCabrio will be available in the Trofeo trim level, featuring the six-cylinder internal combustion Nettuno engine, a 3.0-liter twin-turbo with 542hp that serves as the unmistakable roaring heart of the highest-performance cars in the Trident range.

On board the GranCabrio, the extraordinary performance of the Nettuno engine, which is the most powerful ever built for the Maserati GranTurismo, is combined with genuine, optimal comfort for long-distance travel, now with more “the sky’s the limit” sensation.

The Trident marque’s new convertible is 100% made in Italy and follows in the footsteps of the GranTurismo.

The roof is made of fabric, perfect to take up as little space as possible when automatically stored in the trunk space, where it is stowed in 14 seconds even when moving at speeds up to 50 km/h.

There’s ample space for four passengers, as GranCabrio is ideal for travelling with company or alone with the wind in your hair, savouring all the emotions of an outstanding drive and breathing in the most authentic Italian style.

Drop the top and experience the heightened sensation of the V6 engine roaring away. The union with the road and landscape is an incomparable experience that can only be offered by the spyder version of a grand touring coupe.

The “open-air experience” is enhanced by remarkable thermal and acoustic comfort, with the soft top available in five colours that can be operated from the central display via a touch button, for complete control and total autonomy.

The GranCabrio also features an innovative neck warmer as standard, to heat the driver and passenger’s necks at three different levels of intensity while the roof is down.

An optional wind stopper, which can be used with two passengers and folded manually, reduces the formation of turbulence inside the passenger compartment and makes it possible to enjoy the best of the vehicle’s aerodynamics.

Created in parallel with the GranTurismo, the new GranCabrio is the result of the encounter between impeccable efficiency and the natural beauty of a car that over time has remained faithful to its identity: a monarch of style with the classic proportions typical of Maserati’s cars, while remaining cutting edge as the guardian of best-in-class mechanics and the latest technology.

Photo Credits: Maserati