The Convertible MC is slightly longer than the standard convertible by 1.9 inches. The front fascia comes from the MC Stradale with the more aggressive aerodynamic components on both the front and rear end.
The rear gets a spoiler with a built-in third brake light, finished in body-matching color or optional carbon look.
Unless Maserati is looking to surprise everyone, the powerplant should be the 4.7-liter Ferrari V8 with 450 hp and 376 lb-ft of torque, as seen in the MC Stradale coupe.
The hard-top MC Stradale has a 187-mph top speed; we expect the GranTurismo MC convertible to come in just below that.