When it comes to the coveted Italian sports car, the Maserati GranTurismo convertible Sport has curb appeal. There are drivers who prefer the Ferrari or Lamborghini, but for some, it is Maserati and its less-intense yet sophisticated styling cues that steal the show. The brand has been around for just over 100 years, making it an apparent success.
(All Photos ©Maserati USA)When it comes to a true exotic sports car, it is difficult to find a flaw in the design of a Maserati. That signature face has been around for a long time, and it just keeps getting better with modern tweaks and tunes.
The Maserati GranTurismo convertible Sport at a glance:
- This nice lady is a head-turner, more so than even some of her siblings. That smooth drop-top vibe is quite irresistible to certain buyers, depending heavily on where they reside.
- Inside lurks a Ferrari-sourced 4.7-liter V8 engine churning forth 454 horsepower
- With all of the superior looks and performance features, some find the technology lagging behind current standards. To that it seems some would say to hell with it—who needs all that when the time comes to drop the top and experience the open road with the throbbing acoustics of the engine serving as the entertainment. If that is not enough, pick up a lady friend from the salon and listen to her lament the death of a perfectly good blow out.
- Curb weight is an evenly distributed 4,365 pounds with a wheelbase of 115.8”.
The cockpit is nothing short of divine.
Design house Pininfarina had a heavy hand in the look and feel if this model and many others.
This Maserati comes with an MSRP of $150k and a decent MPG rating of 13 city and 20 highway. The video below shows how rapidly the top of the Maserati GranTurismo Sport drops and then shows her zipping away to indulge in a nice ride.
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