There are two GranCabrio models, the 'Sport', which costs just over £107,000, and the more stiffly-sprung 'MC', which will set you back just over £115,000, making it the priciest Maserati you can buy. Potential customers may also have considered top-end versions of the Mercedes SL, the Aston Martin Vantage Roadster and Porsche's 911 Cabriolet but even in this company, the Maserati badge holds a powerful allure.
Great pride is taken by the brand in its ability to offer a whole host of bespoke trim and colour options to its customers. With 14 exterior paint shades, six different canvas colours for the soft-top roof, a variety of interior leather options and cabin trim finishes ranging from Dark Chrome to Moonwood, there's huge scope to let your personal taste, or lack thereof, to run wild. Included is a BOSE audio system and an advanced dual-zone climate control system. There's even a bespoke luggage set specially designed to fit the 173-litre boot on the options list.