A first glimpse of the upcoming 2024 Maserati GranCabrio has been handed down, just weeks after the global unveiling of its hardtop sibling, the new GranTurismo.
As with its predecessor, the GranCabrio will debut as a, well, cabriolet version of the GranTurismo.
To that end, the new topless two-door will wear a folding canvas roof, with the rest of its appearance largely identical to the hardtop.
As with the GranTurismo Folgore EV, we’ll also see an electric GranCabrio Folgore join the line-up, driving Maserati to its goal of becoming a full-electric brand by 2030. If it takes the hardtop Folgore’s setup, expect a 610kW tri-motor arrangement with a 0-100km/h time of around 2.7 to 3.0 seconds.
In its regular configuration, the GranCabrio’s powertrain offerings will likely mirror the GranTurismo, which is offered in 360kW/600Nm Modena and 410kW/650Nm Trofeo forms.
Read more about the GranTurismo at the link below, and watch for more details on the GranCabrio to come in the months ahead.
When will the new Maserati GranCabrio come to Australia?
The GranTurismo Coupe is set for a late 2023 launch in Australia, but at this stage, the brand’s local office isn’t expecting the GranCabrio to join it until sometime in early 2024 “at this stage”.