The 2010 Maserati GranTurismo will set you back a hefty sum, and for that kind of money, some would expect a longer list of standard features.
Customization is the name of the game for the Maserati GranTurismo, although a few standard features make their way onto the car. Edmunds reviewers highlight the "Brembo brakes...adaptive bi-xenon headlamps with washers, foglamps, heated exterior mirrors, [and] rear parking sensors," continuing with "leather upholstery [and] heated power front seats with memory and dual-zone automatic climate control" among the standard features on the Maserati GranTurismo. The 2010 Maserati GranTurismo also gets a voice-activated Bose multimedia system, which includes a hookup for media players and Bluetooth connectivity. In terms of interior extras, the only major difference in features between the Maserati GranTurismo and the GranTurismo S is that the S gets aluminum pedals underfoot and a digital tach in the forward instrument cluster.
Maserati is well aware of the caliber of customers and the fact that they are willing to splurge; hence, it offers a list of options that would burn a hole into most pockets. Edmunds remarks that the "options list is notable for its dizzying customization possibilities" as even the "brake calipers can be painted any of five additional colors."