2024 Maserati GranCabrio First Look

Published: 01, Mar 2024

The convertible version of the GranTurismo coupe will initially be offered only in the high-performance Trofeo version and is expected to cost more than $200,000.

Maserati presented the cabriolet version of the GranTurismo called GranCabrio.
It is equipped with roof fabric covering, weighs more than the coupé and will initially only be available in the 542 HP Trofeo version.
We assume that the 2024 GranCabrio Trofeo will have a higher starting price of 200,000 euros. . American dollars will have it.

Maserati's new great GranTurismo is Its roof has finally been lowered, creating the 2024 Maserati GranCabrio. Compared to the coupe, it's a bit heavier and will likely cost a bit more, but these compromises might be worth it if you're determined to feel the wind in your hair .

The GranCabrio has a canvas roof that lowers in 14 seconds and raises in 16 seconds high speeds of up to 31 miles per hour. You can operate the top using gesture controls and a button on the center display, and the top comes in five different colors: black, blue, gray, red, and a shade that Maserati calls "gray." Because the roof is lowered into the trunk, cargo space is slightly reduced, at 4 cubic feet. However, there is a divider that you can expand if you don't plan on lowering the top, creating 2 cubic feet of additional space.

2024 Maserati GranCabrio Drops the Roof and Keeps the V6 Power

The Maserati also features a neck warmer that expels air through the ventilation openings in the front seats, and a removable windshield that can be placed on the rear seats to reduce vibrations. The listed curb weight for the GranCabrio is 359 pounds more than the company's claimed weight for the coupe, so there will likely be a loss in performance.

Perhaps this is why Maserati will initially sell only the soft top for the Trofeo version, which is equipped with the 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine, which develops 542 hp, which is also found in the installed version. it is cut. This is the same "Nettuno" engine found in the MC20 super sports car, but slightly detuned for this application. All-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic transmission are standard. Maserati may also be considering a Folgore electric version of the convertible, and we also wonder if the GranCabrio will eventually offer a less powerful V6 model to match the coupe's Modena trim level.

Maserati hasn't released pricing for the GranCabrio yet, but with the GranTurismo Trofeo starting at $191,995, it's safe to say that the price of The convertible's starting price will likely exceed $200,000.