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Maserati GranCabrio by Fendi

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Maserati has teamed up with another Italian fashion brand, to present the GranCabrio by Fendi. The unique Masser will debut in Frankfurt next month.

Designed by Silvia Venturini Fendi, the car celebrates common values between the two brands, such as craftsmanship and tradition. The main features include an exclusive exterior color, redesigned interior, new wheels, and of course  lots of Fendi badges.

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Maserati GranCabrio by Fendi is painted in a three-layered body colour named Grigio Fiamma Fendi, which is a special dark grey with an iridescent golden finish on the surface. The pictures don’t judge it of course, you have to see it in person.

There is also wood trim Pergamena Fendi that runs across the width of the dashboard, on the doors and on the top of the gear lever, all in the iconic FENDI yellow, like the brake callipers and the embroidered yellow trident on the headrests.

What’s more you also get Fendi’s Cuoio Romano leather from Selleria line on the instrument cluster cover, for the gear lever and for the profile of the floor mats.

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You will find FENDI’s unmistakable double F logo, stitched on the seat, also appearing in the centre of the 19-inch alloy wheels, and the FENDI logo along the rocker panel. But that’s not all, there is also a silver oval plaque with the engraving of the Maserati Trident, Fendi logo and the 5-digit series number (five being an iconic number for Fendi) located on the dashboard, in front of the passenger seat, and on both sides of the black cloth folding roof.

It even comes with a black car cover with ton-sur-ton double F logo! That’s a lot of logos, but hey, Fendi is cool, isn’t it.

Maserati GranCabrio Fendi is powered by a 4.7-litre V8 engine and comes with an automatic transmission.

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