Currently reading: Alonso's Maserati GranCabrio
Ferrari ace reveals details of his new company car
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22 March 2010

Ferrari F1 driver Fernando Alonso has revealed his choice of company car - a Maserati GranCabrio.

Alonso opted for a granite grey exterior, bordeaux coloured soft-top and two-tone beige and bordeaux leather interior.

See pictures of Fernando Alonso with his new MAserati GranCabrio

Read Autocar's Maserati GranCabrio first drive

The GranCabrio has a 434bhp 4.7-litre engine linked to a six-speed ZF automatic gearvox.

The announcement of Alonso's choice of GranCabrio coincides with the news that the first right-hand drive models arrive in the UK in April, with prices starting from £95,510.

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38carssofar 23 March 2010

Re: Alonso's Maserati GranCabrio

david RS wrote:
2/ In the 80's the 560 SEC was a must for the pilots.

James Hunt springs to mind here - as well as owning and driving an Austin A35 van

david RS 22 March 2010

Re: Alonso's Maserati GranCabrio

1/ He should drive a Ferrari. Maserati was a competitor and especially in F1 of Ferrari. Why not the next California Stop & Start? Or the possible future 599 GTO?

2/ In the 80's the 560 SEC was a must for the pilots.

drivenfromthere... 22 March 2010

Re: Alonso's Maserati GranCabrio

Wonder if he kept his Clio V6 255?

I would have.