Maserati GranTurismo Spyder Inverness

It’s fitted with a fabric roof – the metal folding arrangement originally seen on early prototypes of the machine has been dropped.

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First we had the stunning
GranTurismo. Then the high-performance GranTurismo S arrived. Now,
along comes a Spider which makes good on Maserati’s promise to unveil a
new car at every major motor expo in 2009!

The
GranCabrio will debut at next month’s Frankfurt Motor Show, and become
the trident brand’s first ever four-seat convertible. These are the
first official pictures of the Pininfarina-designed model, and it
clearly takes inspiration from the tin-topped GranTurismo.

It’s
fitted with a fabric roof – the metal folding arrangement originally
seen on early prototypes of the machine has been dropped. Power will
come from a 433bhp version of Maserati’s new 4.7-litre V8 engine, and a
semi-automatic gearbox modelled on the one used in the powerful
GranTurismo S is likely.

This will be equipped with the firm’s
own ‘MC-Shift’ technology to improve performance, and can switch
between ratios in only 100 milliseconds.

Details of the car’s
performance remain top secret, but as it uses this engine and gearbox
combination, a 0-60mph sprint time of five seconds is anticipated, as
well as a maximum speed of around 180mph.

None of this is
expected to come cheap, though. With the standard GranTurismo S costing
at least £90,000, the GranCabrio is predicted to start from £100,000.


Maserati GranTurismo Spyder