Judging from the heavy camouflage packed onto the car, we reckon the Spider will be given a retractable metal roof rather than a conventional canvas top, Ferrari California style. Competitors like the Aston Martin DBS, on the other hand, will not follow this trend and will soon come with a traditional soft top. A Porsche 911 Cabrio, too, will never be built with anything but a canvas roof. Engine and mechanics of the Maserati Spider won’t change compared to the tin-topped Spider.
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