Maserati GranCabrio: 2024 Arrival

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Spy photographers affiliated with CarBuzz have just observed the 2023 Maserati GranTurismo Convertible (commonly referred to as the GranCabrio) while it was undergoing testing during snowy conditions. This follows a recent hearsay announcing the potential introduction of this model in the following year, alongside its coupe version’s launch.

This marks our first substantive glimpse of the GranTurismo’s topless sibling, since Maserati released some murky teaser images of the GranCabrio a while ago. Despite being shrouded in trademark Maserati-style camouflage, this evaluation model provides us with an optimal view of the 2024 edition.

It comes as little shock that the GranCabrio has a similar appearance to the GranTurismo, with exception being its roof. Maserati have opted for a traditional soft-top fabric ceiling, over a collapsible metal one, a selection we think helps retain the classic feel. Judging by its wheels and exhaust vents, this evidently is the Trofeo edition, Maserati’s maximum gasoline-fueled GranCabrio offering.

It is anticipated that the GranCabrio will have identical trims to its two-door counterpart. Both Modena and Trofeo can be fitted with Maserati’s 3.0L twin-turbocharged Nettuno V6, with outputs of 490hp and 442 lb-ft of torque and 550hp alongside 479 lb-ft of torque, respectively.

Regarding the Folgore, it will depend on three electric motors, located one in the front and two in the back. In tandem, they deposit a higher power than both of the gasoline variants, producing 760 horsepower together with 996 lb-ft of torque. The coupe version can go from zero to sixty miles per hour in a mere 2.7 seconds, thus the GranCabrio should be slightly slower, but still swift.

Pricing for the GranTurismo Modena has a starting cost of $174,000, with the Trofeo marked at $207,000. The pricing of the Folgore is yet to be revealed, though it’s expected that the GranCabrio will command a higher fee than the coupe edition.

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