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Model: Gran Cabrio
Availability: Spring 2010
Price: Not yet announced
The Gran Cabrio is the first four-seater convertible in Maserati's history. According to press materials, it's a "dream car designed and built for men and women who love to live life in an understated though sophisticated manner." The unusual step of putting four seats in a convertible was taken to ensure that rear passengers "are not merely supporting actors, but co-stars of the journey." It has a by a 4.7-liter V8, 323 kW engine. The model will be produced at the Viale Ciro Menotti Maserati factory in Modena, Italy.