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Maserati GranCabrio Fendi

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.

  • RetroMade Spyder

    Feel like owning a classic, open-top racer but don't feel like dropping the dough on a verified original? The RetroMade Spyder ($TBA) should offer a happy medium. Inspired by the Porsche 550, the Spyder is a kit car, with two different body sizes — one that's historically correct, and one that's longer — that sit atop Volkswagen Beetle or Pontiac Fiero chassis — the latter a mid-engine affair — and boasting up to 254 hp, 205mm wide rear tires, and a host of other options that let you make it yours.

  • Maserati Gran Turismo S Superior Black Edition

    And the strange, nearly unexplainable string of ebony-themed luxury cars rolls on with the Maserati Gran Turismo S Superior Black Edition ($TBA). Created by the mad minds at Anderson Germany, the Superior features a silky matte black exterior treatment, glossy black 21-inch wheels, new carbon fiber replacements for the hoot, mirrors, tailgate, and roof ledges, an enhanced 4.7-liter V8 pumping out 492 hp, a slew of carbon fiber and black Alcantara elements in the interior, and even a PS3 — although whether it's the shiny black or matte black model is anyone's guess.