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2013 Maserati GranCabrio MC

International debut for Maserati GranTurismo Convertible MC. Designed to complete Maserati's open-top range, the new Maserati GranTurismo Convertible MC blends high performance and sports characteristics derived from racing experience wîth the style, charm and practicality of Maserati's four seater convertible.

Inspired and encouraged by the considerable success of the GranTurismo MC Stradale, which was warmly received by customers thanks to a masterly translation and adaptation of racing characteristics for use on the road, the new GranTurismo Convertible MC has a highly sporty and aggressive look, while maintaining the strengths and characteristics of a true grand tourer, ideal for long journeys.

The car, 48 millimetres longer than the GranTurismo Convertible and GranTurismo Convertible Sport, is characterised by a front end which is inspired directly by the MC Stradale, adopting a profile designed to optimise the aerodynamic lift and flow. These differ from those on other versions of the GranTurismo Convertible due to the increased car length and other aerodynamic elements at the rear end.

The rear is characterised by the large spoiler, for greater negative lift at high speeds. Inside the spoiler, built into the luggage compartment, is the third brake light. The standard version comes in the same colour as the body and it is also available, within the various car customisation packages, wîth a carbon finish.

Source - Maserati
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