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Maserati GranTurismo Mc Stradale Convertable
The car measures about two inches longer than non-MC convertibles, due largely to a modified front end, and it features a larger rear spoiler aimed at optimizing airflow and maximizing downforce. The MC droptop is said to have a reduction in lift of 10 percent at the front and 25 percent at the rear (measured at 87 mph) in comparison to the GranTurismo and GranTurismo Sport.
Two large ducts on the hood help keep the engine cool, and a narrow slit on each front fender looks cool while helping to evacuate hot air produced by the brakes. More ducting is found in the rear bumper, which was redesigned to smooth airflow from the underbody. The circular exhaust tips have been pinched closer together, too. LEDs handle running-light duties, and active bixenon headlamps do the heavy illuminative lifting.