Available exclusively on GranLusso variants, the limited edition package brings a host of styling changes to the models. Starting on the outside, the vehicles have a shimmering Blu Nobile tri-coat exterior which is contrasted by stylish 20-inch alloy wheels. The latter cover silver brake calipers and they help to give the models a restrained and upscale appearance.
Bigger changes occur in the cabin as the package adds sport seats which are normally reserved for GranSport variants. They are covered in two-tone Pieno Fiore natural leather and feature heating / ventilation up front and heating in the rear.
Drivers will also find an Alcantara headliner, a Bowers & Wilkins surround sound system and an individually numbered plaque on the center console. Ghibli and Quattroporte models feature elegant high-gloss Rovere wood trim, while the Levante has a “high-gloss metal net weave.”
All three models come standard with the Level II Autonomy Driver Assistance Package. It adds a number of driver assistance features including adaptive cruise control with stop and go, active blind spot assist and lane keeping assist. The package also includes forward collision warning plus, highway assist, a 360° surround view camera, traffic sign recognition and pedestrian recognition.
The Edizione Nobile package will be available later this month and only 150 units will be offered in North America. This number will be spread evenly across the three models, so there will be 50 units of the Levante, Ghibli and Quattroporte.