Published on June 30th, 2019 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez0
The Cabin of the Maserati Gran Cabrio is so special
The story of Maserati grand touring began in 1947 with the A6 1500 GT Pininfarina, a luxurious coupe powered by a sophisticated race-car engine. Among its direct descendants are today’s GranTurismo Convertibles exclusive GT automobiles that blend Italian style, technology and immense power with a soul-stirring soundtrack unique to Maserati.
The Pininfarina-designed GranTurismo is a historically important, brand-defining model for Maserati.
The luxurious four-seater sports coupé was conceived as an ultra-modern interpretation of our very first production grand tourer, the elegant Maserati A6 1500 of 1947. And over the years, the GranTurismo has evolved into one of the most iconic Maserati cars ever built, thanks to its uncompromised GT character.
This character is perfectly expressed by a uniquely compelling combination – bold yet elegant design; the exhilarating, inspirational performance of a naturally aspirated, Maranello-built V8 engine; and hand-crafted comfort offered by four individual, Poltrona Frau® seats.
In essence, the GranTurismo is the ultimate expression of what grand touring means to Maserati.
The GranTurismo, together with its Maserati GranCabrio sibling, is assembled at the historic Maserati plant of Ciro Menotti in Modena, following the highest manufacturing and quality control standards in the world. More than 37,000 GranTurismo and GranCabrio models have been sold globally since 2007.
The perfect proportions and harmonious shape of the GranTurismo Convertible reflect the timeless design of the coupe from which it originated. Both reflect the highest achievements in automotive art.
- The convertible interpretation of the iconic Italian GT
- Powered by a race-inspired, high-revving, naturally aspirated V8 engine
- Top-down exhilaration and dynamic sports-car handling
- Spacious interior with seating for four and ample rear-passenger legroom
- Luxurious interior in leather and wood, or Alcantara and carbon fiber