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The style of a convertible

Defining a Maserati convertible

There’s no better type of car that can make driving in good weather become truly unforgettable. A convertible, also known as spyder or cabriolet, is a passenger car with a roof – either a sedan or a coupé – that can be “converted” into a car without one, letting you experience an open-air drive with your friends or family. There are many ways to interpret the style of a convertible, depending on the roof typology: even though it is possible to choose a metal roof, Maserati went for a canvas folding roof, the most elegant, lightweight and fascinating choice. Maserati convertible cars fully embody that sense of passion, style, wildness, and more importantly, freedom.

The allure of a Maserati convertible sports car today

Maserati GranCabrio - GranCabrio front view, riding by the sea

GranCabrio

Elegance and power
Unveiled at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show, the GranCabrio – also known as GranTurismo Convertible in North America – joined its closed-body brother GranTurismo, in line with Maserati’s tradition. But it wasn’t merely a sportier interpretation of the coupé: it was specifically designed to be the brand’s first-ever four-seat convertible. The more recent GranCabrio Sport and GranCabrio MC are powered by a lightweight and compact 4.7-liter V8 engine that develops 460 hp. Equipped with an aesthetically innovative canvas folding roof, the GranCabrio kept together elegance and power while providing the refreshing thrill of a great convertible.

GranCabrio Sport

Presented at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, the GranCabrio Sport carries the inimitable signature of Pininfarina: stylish and graceful lines that were able to make their way through time and generations of cars. When the roof is closed, the car conveys a sense of elegance and refinement. But it takes a simple button to make the roof disappear and show the soul-stirring shape of the GranCabrio Sport in all its athleticism and fluidity. To underline its sporting nature, the headlights have black surrounds and other details such as the bars in the grille are also finished in black.

GranCabrio MC

The GranCabrio MC premiered in September 2012 at the Paris Motor Show and went into production the following year. A redesigned front bonnet and rear bumper, together with three air vents position on the higher part of the side, make the GranCabrio MC the sportiest and boldest Maserati convertible. The wraparound Sport seats are coherent with the lines of the exterior and guarantee extra hold needed for spirited driving. Finally, the Bianco Birdcage three-layer paint finish comes as one last special touch that puts the GranCabrio MC into a racing history heritage.

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