2011 Maserati GranTurismo 2017-09-01T13:39:43+00:00

Project Description

OVERVIEW

When a car’s name literally translates to “a high-performance model of automobile”, you know it’s fun. The Maserati GranTurismo doesn’t fall short of this description. With a 4.7 liter V8 producing 433 horsepower, not only will you get to your destination quickly, you’ll get there in style.

The GranTurismo was created as the first Maserati to be driven daily, and as soon as you fall into the sporty, welcoming seats, you’ll know you’re in a luxury car. And as you drop the top and hear it roar to life, you will feel more connected to the road than ever before. If you want to warn others of your impending arrival, switch the Maserati to sport mode. The GranTurismo immediately opens the exhaust flaps and becomes an aggressive dog, barking at other cars stealing precious roadway.

There’s something about being exposed to the elements in a luxury car that makes the experience even more magical. After putting the convertible top down on the Maserati, the curves on the body become even more apparent. The side intakes and open mouth grill give the Pininfarina design the distinctive Maserati look.

Not only will you want to show off the exterior of the car, you’ll also want to take passengers along to show off the luxurious interior. The Grigio Touring Metallic paint, otherwise known as silver, gives the Maserati a classic and timeless look, while the white stitching on the black leather keeps things modern. Although this is a luxury convertible, it keeps the rear seating, allowing you to transport all the new friends you make while driving a Maserati. Because seeing a Maserati GranTurismo is one thing, but being seen in one is even more special.

OVERVIEW

When a car’s name literally translates to “a high-performance model of automobile”, you know it’s fun. The Maserati GranTurismo doesn’t fall short of this description. With a 4.7 liter V8 producing 433 horsepower, not only will you get to your destination quickly, you’ll get there in style.

The GranTurismo was created as the first Maserati to be driven daily, and as soon as you fall into the sporty, welcoming seats, you’ll know you’re in a luxury car. And as you drop the top and hear it roar to life, you will feel more connected to the road than ever before. If you want to warn others of your impending arrival, switch the Maserati to sport mode. The GranTurismo immediately opens the exhaust flaps and becomes an aggressive dog, barking at other cars stealing precious roadway.

There’s something about being exposed to the elements in a luxury car that makes the experience even more magical. After putting the convertible top down on the Maserati, the curves on the body become even more apparent. The side intakes and open mouth grill give the Pininfarina design the distinctive Maserati look.

Not only will you want to show off the exterior of the car, you’ll also want to take passengers along to show off the luxurious interior. The Grigio Touring Metallic paint, otherwise known as silver, gives the Maserati a classic and timeless look, while the white stitching on the black leather keeps things modern. Although this is a luxury convertible, it keeps the rear seating, allowing you to transport all the new friends you make while driving a Maserati. Because seeing a Maserati GranTurismo is one thing, but being seen in one is even more special.

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WORD ON THE STREET

“While performance has been taken up a notch, the car isn’t named GranTurismo by chance. It is more of a GT than a harder-edged performer like the MC. A big part is the use of magnetically controlled dampers in the car’s Skyhook suspension. Although the settings are tauter than for the standard convertible (spring rates are 15 percent stiffer, while the anti-roll bars are up 20 percent), there is still plenty of compliance for a smooth, effortless ride. The car does have spirited road manners and responsive steering, but it isn’t quite as razor sharp as the MC.”

Matt Delorenzo, Road and Track

“Performance figures may not be superlative — a run to 60 mph should take 5.2 seconds — but this convertible is no poseur. Press the button labeled “Sport” on the dash; it stiffens the continuously adjustable Skyhook suspension, quickens the shifts, and opens the exhaust valves, filling the air over the next square mile with the GranTurismo’s baritone presence. The 440 horsepower, sent through a limited-slip differential, proves ample at flinging you around traffic and toward corners. Tug on the left column-mounted shift paddle and the transmission responds with an immediate blip and downshift. The front bites eagerly on turn-in, while the steering wheel offers delightful tactile feedback. The result betrays the Maser’s length and weight.”

Carlos Lago, Motor Trend

“In the lofty niche of high-end four-seat convertibles, few stars shine brighter than the new Maserati GranTurismo. With the heater on high, the bum warmers on max, and the polished twenty-inch wheels shod with go-anywhere Pirelli SottoZero tires, it was a real pleasure to thumb a nose at winter from behind the wheel of this drop-dead gorgeous Maserati. There’s no doubt about it: Maserati made the right decision when it halted the production-ready retractable hardtop in favor of this roomier, prettier, and more involving softtop.”

Georg Kacher, Automobile Magazine

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