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2010 Maserati GranCabrio

2010 Maserati GranCabrio

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Prepare some tissue paper. Just in case you start drooling..

 

This one is definitely a looker.

 

Normally you'd see a middle aged man who suddenly realises that he has a wad of cash in his back pocket and doesn't know what to spend it on. Strangely, a Maserati would appear in his garage the next day. Maseratis are the relatively cheaper alternatives to the Ferraris and the Lambos. The problem is, while people in their 20s and 30s buy the Horses and the Bulls, the Trident badge is neglected! I don't really know why. Maybe its because they have the 4 door Quatroportte in their line-up which sort of gives Maserati the 'family-super-car' image. This however, casts that stereotype away. Far far away...

 

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This is the GranCabrio. And as you can see, its based on the Gran Turismo. That's a good thing. Its powered by a 4.7l V8 which has 434 horses at the touch of your right toes. 0-100km/h in 5.4s, not bad. Could be better but who cares! Just look at it.. I have a niggling feeling that the engineers must have calculated that if the GranCabrio accelerated any faster, men toupes would struggle driving this car with its top down.. if you know what i mean.

 

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It seats 4 human beings as well. So they claim. I never like to believe. You'd need to have children with legs the width of chopsticks and the length of pig's trotters to ever fit in cars like these. But no matter. This seats 4.

 

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Hope your saliva didn't spoil your keyboard.



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the maserati indeed can sit 4. im relatively big sized and can fit quite comfortably. of course it cannot be compared to a normal family sedan. Still, it has good size nontheless.

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