July 7, 2015
Since 1914, Maserati has championed world-class Italian craftsmanship both on and off the racetrack. To celebrate one hundred successful years, Maserati is proud to be collaborating with luxury renowned Fashion House Ermenegildo Zegna – the union of two icons that together embody style, elegance and finesse. For this very limited edition, Maserati and Zegna have shared their unparalleled vision and flair to redefine the Quattroporte. Just one hundred unique vehicles will be produced, destined exclusively for automotive design connoisseurs.
A ZEGNA TAILOR-MADE INTERIOR
Naturally, every detail of the Maserati Quattroporte Ermenegildo Zegna interior offers luxury and refinement that are second to none. From the perfect coupling of exquisite silk and finest grained leather, to the delicate shades of Greige (grey and beige); from the Burr Walnut and burnished chrome trims, to the signature “One of 100” brass console plaque, Zegna’s bespoke tailoring places this Quattroporte in a league of its own.
Reminiscent of Zegna’s finest fabrics, the classic silhouette now appears in a sophisticated Platinum Silk hue that perfectly complements the interior. Sleek bodywork and an imposing bonnet pay tribute to iconic designs of the past, while the overall impression is effortlessly modern: the Quattroporte truly exudes Maserati and Zegna’s signature styles. As a final flourish, the exterior displays not only the Maserati trident, but also the unique Ermenegildo Zegna logo of this exclusive edition.
To mark the release of this exclusive limited edition, every Quattroporte Ermenegildo Zegna comes with a unique series of accessories: the Owner’s Collection. Each of the 19 individual pieces echo the themes and features that grace the car’s interior, while being a stunning display of design prowess in their own right. Whether owners are sporting the silk scarf with its chevron motif, or enjoying a picnic on the luxurious blanket, the collection embodies the elite lifestyle of those who drive the Maserati Quattroporte Ermenegildo Zegna.