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Maserati’s GranCabrio Takes the Spotlight in Top-Tier Trofeo Trim

Adorned in the range-topping Trofeo trim, this new Maserati gem is propelled by the formidable Nettuno 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine....

Maserati has just unveiled the convertible iteration of its latest GranTurismo, aptly named the GranCabrio, and it’s nothing short of breathtaking. Adorned in the range-topping Trofeo trim, this new Maserati gem is propelled by the formidable Nettuno 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine – the same powerhouse residing within the MC20 supercar – boasting an impressive 542bhp and, undoubtedly, an orchestral exhaust note to match.

In a mere 14 seconds, the GranCabrio lets you dive into the symphony of its engine, thanks to the swift unfurling of its fabric soft top, available in a palette of five colors and operable at speeds of up to 31mph. Paired with a 3.0-liter V6 sending power to the rear wheels, the GranCabrio accelerates from 0-62mph in just 3.6 seconds, attaining a formidable top speed of 196mph.

More than just a convertible, the GranCabrio proudly boasts its Italian roots, being “100 per cent made in Italy.” Building on the legacy of the GT, it offers a fresh and captivating take on the grand tourer, making it an ideal companion for those seeking the thrill of open-air driving, whether accompanied or flying solo with the wind tousling their hair.

Maserati tantalizes us with a hint of customization, offering an optional wind stopper to redirect the breeze, exclusively available when the rear seats are unoccupied. Adding to the comfort, a standard-issue neck warmer provides three levels of heat intensity – a thoughtful touch for those chilly top-down drives.

Maserati has just unveiled the convertible iteration of its latest GranTurismo, aptly named the GranCabrio, and it’s nothing short of breathtaking. Adorned in the range-topping Trofeo trim, this new Maserati gem is propelled by the formidable Nettuno 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine – the same powerhouse residing within the MC20 supercar – boasting an impressive 542bhp and, undoubtedly, an orchestral exhaust note to match.

In a mere 14 seconds, the GranCabrio lets you dive into the symphony of its engine, thanks to the swift unfurling of its fabric soft top, available in a palette of five colors and operable at speeds of up to 31mph. Paired with a 3.0-liter V6 sending power to the rear wheels, the GranCabrio accelerates from 0-62mph in just 3.6 seconds, attaining a formidable top speed of 196mph.

More than just a convertible, the GranCabrio proudly boasts its Italian roots, being “100 per cent made in Italy.” Building on the legacy of the GT, it offers a fresh and captivating take on the grand tourer, making it an ideal companion for those seeking the thrill of open-air driving, whether accompanied or flying solo with the wind tousling their hair.

Maserati tantalizes us with a hint of customization, offering an optional wind stopper to redirect the breeze, exclusively available when the rear seats are unoccupied. Adding to the comfort, a standard-issue neck warmer provides three levels of heat intensity – a thoughtful touch for those chilly top-down drives.

While Maserati has remained tight-lipped about additional details, enthusiasts can anticipate an electric variant, mirroring the GranTurismo coupe’s full EV offering with a staggering 750bhp. As for the Trofeo, eager buyers can expect prices starting around £170k for this exceptional piece of Italian automotive artistry.

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