Originally unveiled last year, the Nerissimo Editions are ‘murdered out’ models which feature a black exterior with black chrome trim on the grille, trident logo and side vents.
The Ghibli and Quattroporte also have tinted LED headlights, while the Levante features black fog light surrounds and black painted skid plates. All three models come with either 20- or 21-inch alloy wheels with a gloss black or dark finish.
Interior changes are limited but the Ghibli comes equipped with heated sports seats, a heated sport steering wheel and Dark Mirror trim. Likewise, the Quattroporte has piano black or carbon fiber trim as well as tinted windows, a rearview camera and a power trunk lid.
Lastly, the Levante Nerissimo Edition boasts heated sport seats, a four-zone automatic climate control system and power-adjustable pedals.
Besides the three special editions, Maserati will be showcasing a handful of other models including a Ghibli S Q4 GranLusso with a Bianco Alpi exterior featuring 20-inch wheels and polished aluminum brake calipers. The model also has a stylish interior with red leather upholstery, Ermenegildo Zegna silk accents and ebony trim.
Maserati’s flagship sedan will also be on display in Quattroporte S Q4 GranLusso guise. This particular model has a Blu Passione paint job and 21-inch wheels covering black brake calipers.
The final car will be a GranCabrio MC dressed in Bianco Birdcage paint. The model has 20-inch wheels and leather / Alcantara interior with carbon fiber trim.
Article updated with live images from Geneva