Maserati has unveiled two Limited Edition of Quattroporte and Levante which will make its debut at the Monterey Car Week in California. Italian car manufacturer will build just 50 distinct units of Quattroporte and Levante. It will be done through long-standing partnership with Ermenegildo Zegna. Both these models don’t have any unique name to distinguish from the standard models, but one look inside the cabin tells a different story. Maserati Quattroporte saloon is based on S Q4 GranLusso. It features a cabin that is bathed in dark brown PELLETESUTA. This material uses thin strips of Nappa leather that are woven together and interlaced.
This version also consists of a dedicated Zegna Edition interior badge and sports seats. All 50 units of Quattroporte is painted in Blu Sofisticato and include blue brake calipers. With regards to special Maserati Levante S, it features a PELLETESUTA interior but is finished in black. Additionally, there is also Radica wood trim, a Bronze tri-coat exterior paint, black brake calipers, and 21-inch Helios wheels. These limited-edition Maserati Quattroporte and Levante models will be showcased at “The Quail: A Motorsports Gathering” event on 16th August.
During the Monterey Car Week, Maserati will schedule Destinazione Maserati: A Grand Day Out on August 14, 15, and 17. During this event, consumers and members of media will get an opportunity to test drive Maserati’s entire 2019 portfolio. Moreover, limited-edition Levante S comes with Zegna PELLETESUTA interior which will be on display on August 18 at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.