2012 Maserati GranCabrio Sport Review and Specs. Latest from Maserati to produce cars with a more charming, the maximum strength. No other car is the Maserati GranCabrio Sport. Equipped with a 4.7-liter v8 engine upgrade and increase horsepower by 10 to 450 hp. automatic transmission and increased fuel economy. This car also appeared at the geneva show in 2011.
Speed who owned 285 km / h and 0-100 km / h can produce good performance. Lavish display in the cab and underbody panels. six-speed transmission is a major mode of versions of this car.
The more-aggressive look is carried over inside the open-topped cabin, with a new seat-face design and drilled aluminium pedals. This car introduces changes to the gear-shifting system, with Maserati’s Active Shifting paddles now standard. The paddles, drawn from the Trofeo racing car, are longer than the standard steering column-mounted paddles and make shifting easier in enthusiastic driving.
This car give a 4.7-litre V8, taken straight from the high-performance GranTurismo MC Stradale. The new exhaust tips also help the Maserati to give a richer engine sound when the bypass valves are activated. The valves are always open in Manual-Sport mode, while they are open above 2500rpm in Auto-Sport mode.
This exhaust system allows Maserati to hit its target of improving the car’s performance and also give its customers access to a new open air musical theatre and a rich sound experience.
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