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2025 Maserati GranCabrio pricing and specs: 400kW soft-top super GT coming for Bentley Continental GT V8 Convertible and Porsche 911 Carrera 4 GTS Cabriolet

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Maserati confirms the GranCabrio is “100 per cent made in Italy”.
Maserati confirms the GranCabrio is “100 per cent made in Italy”.

Maserati has lopped the top off its powerhouse GranTurismo GT to create the new GranCabrio, a ‘Spyder’ version of the twin-turbo V6-powered ‘2+2’ supercar.

As with the previous-generation V8-powered Gran Turismo / Gran Cabrio models, which left the local market in 2021, the current coupe and convertible share the same mechanical spec with power coming courtesy of the brand’s ‘Nettuno’ 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 engine, in the top-shelf Trofeo variant sending 410kW (550hp) and 650Nm to all four wheels via an eight-speed auto transmission.

Maserati confirms the GranCabrio is “100 per cent made in Italy” with production coming from the company’s Viale Ciro Menotti factory in Modena.

The brand says it has opted for a (multi-layer, electrically-folding) fabric roof with space optimisation in mind, the top raising and lowering in 14 seconds at speeds up to 50 km/h, with “ample” space provided for four occupants. 

A neck warmer system for the front seats is standard and a turbulence-reducing wind stopper is available as an option. Just as well, given the car has the ability to storm from 0-100km/h in around 3.5 seconds.

A neck warmer system for the front seats is standard and a turbulence-reducing wind stopper is available as an option.
A neck warmer system for the front seats is standard and a turbulence-reducing wind stopper is available as an option.

Unveiled globally in late 2022, the GranTurismo is expected in Australian showrooms in the third quarter of this year, priced from $375,000 plus on-road costs for the Modena and $450,000 for the Trofeo.

The GranCabrio is scheduled to join it before year-end, priced from $475,000 for the single Trofeo variant.

The current coupe and convertible share the same mechanical spec with power coming courtesy of the brand’s ‘Nettuno’ 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 engine, in the top-shelf Trofeo variant sending 410kW (550hp) and 650Nm to all four wheels via an eight-speed auto transmission.
The current coupe and convertible share the same mechanical spec with power coming courtesy of the brand’s ‘Nettuno’ 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 engine, in the top-shelf Trofeo variant sending 410kW (550hp) and 650Nm to all four wheels via an eight-speed auto transmission.

That puts it in the same ballpark as heavy-hitters like the Porsche 911 Carrera 4 GTS ($406,600) and even the Bentley Continental GT V8 Convertible ($473,400).

And Maserati Australia has told CarsGuide the pure-electric Folgore version of the GranTurismo and GranCabrio is currently due here in early 2025. 

UPDATED FROM: 01/03/2024

James Cleary
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As a small boy James often sat on a lounge with three shoes in front of him, a ruler between the cushions, and a circular drinks tray in his hands. He would then play ‘drivings’, happily heading to destinations unknown for hours on end. He’s since owned many cars, raced a few, and driven (literally) thousands of them at all points of the globe. He’s steered around and across Australia multiple times, spent time as an advanced driving instructor, and had the opportunity to experience rare and valuable classics here and overseas. His time in motoring journalism has included stints at national and international titles including Motor, Wheels and TopGear, and when asked to nominate a career highlight, James says interviewing industry legend Gordon Murray, in the paddock at the 1989 Australian Formula One Grand Prix was amazing, especially as Murray waived away a hovering Ayrton Senna to complete the conversation. As Deputy Editor, James manages everything from sub-editing to back-end content, while creating written and video product reviews, as well as the weekly 'Tools in the Shed' podcast.'
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