The Grancabrio’s driving position is electrically adjustable to suit all shapes and sizes, and the bespoke design and decor make you feel special. However, the heater is rather weak for winter drop-top driving; plus, the dash is a bit cluttered and some of the stereo and sat-nav controls are fiddly. On the other hand, the rear anti-roll bars are cleverly integrated in the rear headrest, so over-the-shoulder visibility isn’t too bad.
Maserati Grancabrio space & practicality
The Grancabrio measures a shade under five metres long, and its cabin is as spacious as it is luxurious, providing oodles of leg-, head- and shoulder room for four adults. Unfortunately, even with these grandiose dimensions, something has had to give, and that is evident the first time you open the boot lid. With so much space demanded by the electric powered roof and the pop up anti-roll-bars, all that’s left is just 173 litres of boot space.
Maserati Grancabrio equipment
There's not much you need to add to the Maserati, although there are plenty of (expensive) options if you insist: how about coloured brake calipers, or a wooden-rimmed steering wheel? Leather trim, climate control, sat-nav and electrically operated everything are standard, but it's surprising that metallic paint is a cost option.