According to the InsideLine, the new 2010 Maserati GranTurismo Convertible will come to the U.S. in late spring and it will have a base price of $140.000, which includes destination charge, gas guzzler tax and dealer prep charge. The top-end, fully-loaded GranTurismo will cost around $155.000. North American Maserati dealers are now accepting preorders for the car.
The GranTurismo features a 4.7-liter V8 worth 433 hp paired with a six-speed adaptive automatic gearbox with paddle shifters. Options include dual-color interior ($7,900), colored brake calipers ($750) and one-of-a-kind exterior paint color.
According to the source, Maserati expects to offer about 700 of the convertible models in the U.S. during the first year. [via InsideLine]