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Looks sharp but is it worth the premium? Also no GT model

Maserati celebrates its milestone with a special version of its Spyder convertible, ninety of which will be built for the North American market, with another ninety for the rest of the world. All wear the same blue livery, and are trimmed out with many of the same pieces as the GranSport version of the Coupe, including lower body extensions, 19-inch wheels, leather and cloth interior trim, and an extra-thick flat-topped steering wheel. The Spyder's hard tonneau is carbon fiber, and it flares up to meet the headrests. The Anniversary Spyder does not share the GranSport coupe's 400-hp V-8, but even with its standard, 390-hp engine--mated exclusively to the Cambiocorsa paddle-shift manual--it lunges to 60 mph in under 5 seconds. The Anniversary Spyder's exclusivity doesn't come cheap, checking in a just over $98,000, or some 15 percent more than a standard Maserati Spyder.


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