Leather flashes aboard Maserati. The Italian luxury car manufacturer has launched a special series of cars that pay homage to the elegant Royale version. A prestigious restyling for a timeless version, where the 1986 Quattroporte stands out, now in its third generation. Also revisited are the Ghibli and the Levante models. The three models are united by the uniqueness and luxury that, in their Royale versions, run along the thread of the seams of their fine leather interiors. First deliveries are expected to take place in March.
Leather speeds up
The new Royale is available in blue and green, with revised interiors: soft leather seats and an extensive use of briar for the dashboard and door panels. Renovated on the exterior, while maintaining the same soul, the interiors of the III generation of Quattroporte are based on the GranLusso layout. But not only. They are available in Zegna PELLETESSUTA in a leather tone, or in two-tone black full grain leather. Zegna PELLETESSUTA is a woven leather upholstery made exclusively for the interiors of Maserati vehicles. Born from Italian traditions and cutting-edge technologies, it was created using thin strips of nappa leather to obtain an ultra-luxurious “fabric” effect that is light, soft and resistant.