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Next-Gen Maserati GranTurismo Won't be Offered as a Convertible

Maserati is currently working on the next-generation Gran Turismo, but it’s being reported that the convertible GranCabrio will not be part of the next model.

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Maserati is currently working on the next-generation GranTurismo, but it’s being reported that the convertible GranCabrio will not be part of the next model. The next-generation GranTurismo is expected to arrive by late 2017 and when it arrives it will only be offered with a fixed roof.
Fans of the drop top GranCabrio will hopefully find the Alferi as a suitable replacement, since it will be offered both as a coupe and convertible. “The GranTurismo will be replaced at the end of 2017, but as a coupe only,” stated Peter Denton Manager of Maserati North Europe. “We feel that gap will be filled by the Alfieri Spider, due in early 2017.”

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Details about the next GranTurismo are scarce, but Denton did reveal that it will actually be smaller than today’s model. The next GranTurismo will also be powered by a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 engine with more than 550 horsepower.

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