The 2013 Maserati GranCabrio MC comes with a naturally aspirated 4.7-liter V8 engine. The engine delivers 460 horsepower and generates torque of up to 384 lbs-ft.
The engine has been tweaked using the very latest technology in component manufacture and the controlling software, and the result is that the latest version manages to produce and extra ten horsepower and increased torque without a consequent increase in carbon emissions or fuel consumption.
|Vehicle Type: Super Sport Coupe||Est. Market Price: NA|
|Fuel Tank Capacity: 19.8 gallons (75L)||MPG: 16 mpg Combined|
|Length: 194.2 in. (493.3 cm)||Wheelbase: 115.8 in. (294.1 cm)|
|Height: 52.8 in. (134.3 cm)||Width w/ Mirror: 75.3 in. (191.5 cm)|
|Curb Weight: 4349 lbs (1973 kg)||Ground Clearance: NA|
|Luggage Capacity: 9.2 cu ft||Maximum Seating: 2+2|
|Engine: 4.7L V8 DOHC||Compression Ratio: 11.25: 1|
|Horsepower: 460 HP||Max RPM: 7000 rpm|
|Torque: 384 lb-ft @ 4750 rpm||Transmission: 6-Speed ZF Shiftable Automatic|
|0-60 mph: 4.9 seconds||Top Speed: 179 mph (289 km/h)|
The visual appearance of the car has been inspired by the MC Stradale. The new design is not just aimed at creating an eye-catching profile, but also enhances the aerodynamic performance of the car. The front now has four large air intakes. Two direct the airflow over the engine, while the other two channel air to the front brakes to provide more efficient cooling.
The interior receives many changes from previous models. All the seats have been redesigned to improve ergonomics as well as appearance and comfort levels. Being a convertible, space in the rear seats is limited, but Maserati have redesigned the front seat frames to give an extra .79 inches legroom in the rear.
The six-speed, automatic ZF transmission can be operated fully automatically or used in manual mode. The transmission has a total of five selectable operating modes to suit all types of driving.
Four of these allow for normal or sport driving in either automatic or manual mode. The fifth operating mode is for driving in icy or slippery conditions.
The 2013 Maserati GranCabrio MC has been built to improve safety and comfort without compromising on the sport qualities of the car. The car is fitted with the company's Dual Cast braking system.