At the 84th Geneva Motor Show, the Alfieri concept might be the centerpiece of the Maserati stand and has managed to become quite the crowd puller, but alongside the amazingly designed concept car the Italian marquee also unveiled the production version of Ermenegildo Zegna edition Quattroporte. The limited edition Maserati with a long and difficult name to remember had made an appearance in a concept form at the Frankfurt Auto Show last September, but there are very little visible differences between the concept and the production models. Ermenegildo Zegna and Maserati teamed together to create the limited edition Quattroporte for customers looking for the finest Maserati on the roads.
The Ermenegildo Zegna edition Quattroporte wears a special metallic paint job exclusive to this fully Italian joint venture which is arguably the most noticeable and the best feature of the car, while the interior is inspired by Zegna’s premium suiting. The interior of the limited edition is decked out with seats, door panels and roof lining wrapped in soft leather and velvet smooth fabrics finished in warm hues like moka and greige. The limited edition was conceived to celebrate the marquee’s 100 years of existence and Maserati will build 100 examples with one for each of the years that the automaker has been in business.
[Via – GTSpirit]