Cruise around central London in a Maserati Grancabrio for 30 minutes
Meet the guide at Hyde Park Corner and determine a driving route
Bring two passengers along to experience the drive with you
Drive past sights such as Hyde Park, Marble Arch and Buckingham Palace
Cruise around central London in style in a Maserati Grancabrio and experience what it is like to be behind the wheel of a luxury sports car. Meet the guide at Hyde Park before speeding off in the stunning Maserati which boasts a 4.7 litre V8 engine and 440 BHP. The guide will sit in the passenger seat and offer tips, highlight points of interest and ensure you make the most of the 30 minute exclusive drive. With all that power, be sure to enjoy an engine roar during your drive. Driving routes are tailored depending on preferences but see sights such as Marble Arch, Hyde Park and Buckingham Palace whilst cruising. If the weather is clement, have the roof down and truly enjoy the full Maserati experience!
Available Wednesday to Sunday throughout the year, except for Christmas Day and New Year's Day.
Minimum age is 21. Max weight is 20 stone. Min height is 5', max is 6'3''. A full British or foreign driving licence (manual or automatic) and must not be disqualified from driving. The licence must be brought on the day in order to participate.
Driving may be cancelled or curtailed in extreme weather conditions (e.g. snow and ice which would make driving dangerous). Please call the venue if in any doubt. Enjoy driving with the roof down if it is not raining!
Drive between Wednesday - Friday 11am - 6pm or Saturday - Sunday 10am - 6pm.. Expect the experience to last up to 60 minutes, including briefing and 30 mins behind the wheel of the Maserati.
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The session will be one-to-one with just you and your guide.
Bring up to two spectators to sit in the back of the car and enjoy the experience with you.
Dress comfortably and wear sensible shoes for driving.
Traffic conditions will be assessed prior to setting off, to make sure you drive a route with minimum disruption.