Maserati has unveiled a pair of limited-edition Quattroporte and Levante models ahead of Monterey Car Week in California.
The Italian car manufacturer will build just 50 units of the distinct Quattroporte and Levante through its long-standing partnership with Ermenegildo Zegna. Neither has a distinctive name to distinguish them from standard models, but a look inside their respective cabins reveal that they are far from standard.
Starting with the executive saloon, it is based around the S Q4 GranLusso and features a cabin bathed in dark brown PELLETESUTA. This material uses thin strips of Nappa leather which are then woven together and interlaced. The car also comes complete with a dedicated Zegna Edition interior badge and sports seats. All 50 examples will be painted in Blu Sofisticato and include blue brake calipers.
As for the special Levante S, it too features a PELLETESUTA interior but one that’s finished in black. It also includes Radica wood trim, a Bronze tri-coat exterior paint, black brake calipers, and 21-inch Helios wheels.
The two cars will be presented on August 16 at “The Quail: A Motorsports Gathering” event. Maserati will also hold its Destinazione Maserati: A Grand Day Out on August 14, 15, and 17 during Monterey Car Week where consumers and members of the media will have the opportunity to test drive the company’s entire 2019 portfolio. The limited-edition Maserati Levante S with its Zegna PELLETESUTA interior will then be displayed during the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance on August 18.