Maserati has shared new images of the upcoming drop-top.
It was 2019 when we last saw a new-ish Maserati GranTurismo convertible.
Following the launch of a new (and electrified) GranTurismo, Maserati has officially stated that the drop-top is back. These are the first images of the upcoming Maserati GranCabrio, a drop-top GT car for the modern age.
Of course, there's plenty of camouflage, but Maserati is essentially hiding things we've already seen. Maserati hardly tried to disguise the GranTurismo Folgore from the world, so we expect to see this car drop its disguise soon.
The new Maserati GranCabrio prototypes are now taking to the streets of Modena for the initial stages of development and testing.
Maserati darkened the images, so we've included our exclusive render in the gallery above to get a better look at the car.
Again, we don't expect it to differ too much from the existing shape of the new GranTurismo. Basically, cut the roof off, and you're 90% of the way there.
Currently, Maserati doesn't have much to say about the new model. It has reaffirmed that every car in its range will be fully electric by 2030 and that the Gran Turismo and Gran Cabrio are the first of these cars to offer a 100% electric solution.
The new convertible is set to make its debut next year. Before that happens, Maserati must complete testing on the road, at the track, and under "various usage conditions."
It's tough to spot differences between the coupe and the drop-top in these photos, but we have picked out a few.
The ragtop mimics the roofline of the coupe, which is brilliant. Some convertibles look a bit heavy at the rear, but this looks as handsome as the coupe. While we know that an electric Folgore version is coming, this car is gas-powered. The wheels are a dead giveaway.
As with previous models, we expect Maserati will debut the two simultaneously.