Broadly speaking, there isn’t much that changes with the drop-top regarding styling. Many of you have already noticed the trident on the engine cover, which replaces the one stamped into the coupe’s rear window.
The color is new as well. Maserati calls it Acquamarina, which is part of the Maserati Fuoriserie customization program. The color is supposed to shift in the light, with the base layer comprised of a pastel grey, layered under an iridescent aquamarine mica. We imagine this is one of those colors you’ll need to see in person to appreciate fully.
Maserati has introduced some new safety and infotainment updates. These include automatic emergency braking, traffic sign recognition, and a 360-degree camera, so you don’t curb those expensive wheels. The Cielo comes with Maserati’s Sonus audio system, which has 12 speakers, as standard – impressive for a car this size.
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