Apparently out of ideas on how to make one of the world's most exclusive convertibles even more so, the trident badge has teamed with a well known fashion house on the Maserati GranCabrio Fendi ($TBA). Apart from the usual 4.7-litre V8, automatic transmission, and unmistakable exhaust note, this limited edition boasts a three-layer dark grey body color with an iridescent gold surface finish, wood trim on the dash, doors, and gear lever, Fendi yellow on the brake calipers and trident headrest logos, and precious Cuoio Romano leather on the instrument cluster cover and included luggage and accessories.
Been a little bummed because there wasn't a base model convertible available from the prancing horse after the F430 was put out to pasture? Then you're probably as pumped as we are to be looking at the new Ferrari 458 Spider ($TBA). Not content to simply bring the drop-top back to Ferrari's mid-engine lineup, the 458 Spider is the world's first mid-rear engined ride with a retractable hard top, which flips over to stow neatly beneath the rear deck lid — in a mere 14 seconds. Other features include 4.5L V8 producing 562 hp, Ferrari's dual-clutch F1 paddle-shift transmission, high-performance ABS for slowing the damn thing down from its top speed of roughly 200mph, and gorgeous 20-inch rims worthy of the Pininfarina body up top.