- Maserati reveals a luxurious Quattroporte concept
- Designed in conjunction with Ermenegildo Zegna
- Likely to be sold as a limited edition from 2014
On show: Quattroporte Ermenegildo Zegna concept
Quattroporte Ermenegildo Zegna concept car
Maserati’s latest large Quattroporte saloon isn’t even a year old but already it’s been presented in this thinly-veiled concept.
Previewing an exclusive limited edition created together with Italian mens’ outfitter Ermenegildo Zegna, the firm hints that a production version of the car is likely to appear in 2014.
Outside, the Maserati is coated in a specially-created paint that’s designed to give the impression of depth to the bodywork by painting the flecks of fine aluminium black. The result is especially eye-catching and highlights the Quattroporte’s body sculpting.
Slip inside the luxurious cabin and additional expanses of leather shroud the interior mouldings while the seats are also upholstered in a soft, velvet-like material. Wood trim has a sheened finish which allows the grain of the timber to be felt.
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