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Maseratis are capable of tremendous momentum, and that's exactly what the company has been carrying forward. With only a two-model line-up, Maserati has been hard at work coming out with new variants and updates at every turn. Following on the heels of the GranTurismo and GranTurismo S, the Trident marque is in the process of unveiling the new Quattroporte, but the next batter is already on deck and ready to swing.

Although these spy shots are heavily disguised, the wheels and front end betray a GranTurismo, but the hunched back – like that seen on test mules of the new Ferrari California before its launch – suggest a convertible roof mechanism. While previous reports couldn't ascertain whether the anticipated cabrio version of the elegant GT would incorporate a folding hard-top or more traditional cloth enclosure, the size of the test mule's appendage suggests the former. Reports indicate a launch in March of next year, which could coincide with a public unveiling at the next Geneva show.

[Source: Auto Express]



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      • 6 Years Ago
      The back looks like a retarted Toyota. But of course Pininfarina won't fail us now! Alleluia for the already expected!
      • 6 Years Ago
      I was wondering why the cost of electrical tape had risen so much. After that tape job there must be a shortage.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Hey look! The GT wagon! :D