Maserati announced its new GranCabrio model: the first convertible car of the car manufacturer, with four real seats.
Inspired by the Maserati GranTurismo model , an example of perfect synthesis between modernity, sensuality and passion, the GranCabrio combines dynamism and elegance.
The stability of the car is constantly monitored by the MSP electronic system. The Maserati Stability Program (MSP) is an advanced electronic system that, in the event of a skid, reduces torque and acts on the brakes, stabilizing the car in just a few milliseconds.It has the legendary 4.7-liter V8 engine, delivering 460 hp at 7,000 rpm , offering an unrivaled throttle response, a rapid surge of the rev counter and the inebriating sound that represents the Maserati trademark.
The central console is definitely more ordered and free. The lower console has been redesigned to accommodate an easy-to-use double rotary selector, now standard on all Maserati models. This highly qualitative component made of forged aluminum is located near the gear lever, while the driving mode button has been moved in front of the lever. The new front of the car is inspired by the Alfieri concept and adds a new three-dimensional effect to the front view, at the same time improving the air flow distribution and reducing the aerodynamic drag. While the GranCabrio’s slender line has remained intact, the bumper the rear has been redesigned with the sole purpose of emphasizing the natural elegance of the iconic cabriolet. Thanks to a more linear design and better division of the volumes, the newly designed bumper gives a feeling of further stability and gives the final touch to the unmistakable silhouette of the car.
Elegance, class, top performance and maximum comfort are ensured.
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