Driving (Ride & Handling)
While there’s a Ferrari V8 providing the go for the Maserati GranTurismo Convertible, it’s not quite as fast as you expect, the one lone drawback of the competition all of them opting for assisted turbocharged power. The Skyhook suspension features three modes that toggle between ride comfort and sharper handling, and while the steering feedback is good the car isn’t suited to fast and tight turns, although it can manage if it must. The transmission matches the rest of the car’s character, it’s solid and smooth, and combined with the linear power delivery that’s typical of a normally aspirated V8, the drive is a rewarding experience. If there was ever a reason needed to take the topless Italian for a drive, it’s that throaty V8 soundtrack.