12 August 2011

The new Maserati Grancabrio Sport features a sublime 444bhp V8 engine, beautiful styling and a soundtrack to die for. At the heart of it, however, the new Grancabrio is also a chilled GT cruiser. That's not to say that knocking it into Sport mode doesn't raise more of a smile, though, as Steve Sutcliffe finds out.

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2 February 2013

With a lavish interior and oceans of cabin space, Smile few cars do four-seat open-top luxury on a grander scale than the Maserati Grancabrio. Smile

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