GranCabrio MC - Interiors
The ideal place to find out what an open-top sporty drive really means
Hands on the sporty steering wheel, fingers ready to caress the gear shift paddles, right foot ready to unleash the acceleration that the V8 engine is growling to deliver. All the while soaking up the surrounding environment - the sun and the sky but also the luxurious, sporty cabin with its superbly ergonomic design. Travelling in the GranCabrio MC is truly a unique experience.
The racing-style seats with integrated headrest evoke the beauty of the exterior
The design of the new wraparound sports seats echoes the elegant lines of the exterior: even with the roof up, the car’s major stylistic innovations cannot fail to catch the eye. The headrests integrated into the seat backs, embossed with the Maserati logo, sit atop larger, more comfortable seats that also provide better restraint during sports driving.
A steering-wheel covered with unique materials for absolute control
The new three-spoke sports steering-wheel incorporates the multifunction control buttons for the on-board devices and has a more heavily profiled grip. Available in leather and Alcantara®, leather-only or leather and carbon fibre, it reflects the Maserati engineers’ focus on optimising the use of space: the top and bottom of the rim are flattened for an even more compact look.
The gear-shift paddles and pedals are an extension of the driver’s will
Peeking out from behind the steering wheel are the new, longer Trofeo Design gear-shift paddles: firmly connected to the steering column, they are available in carbon fibre on request and are designed to ensure maximum control over gear changes even on the most winding of roads. The accelerator and brake pedals, meanwhile, come in perforated aluminium as standard to ensure optimum grip and improved handling in all conditions.
Alcantara in combination with leather for an adrenalin-filled interior
Those in search of an even more adrenalin-filled interior will be delighted with the Alcantara® package, inspired by the typical upholstery of racing cars. Lighter than leather, this high-tech material can be used to clad a large proportion of the interior: from the brow above the instrument panel to the central armrest and the door panel/handle armrest, through to the central part of the dashboard and the central tunnel.