Maserati And Zenga: In The Driving Seat Of Italian Design
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.
A QUATTROPORTE THAT WILL ALWAYS BE IN VOGUE
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.
THE PERFECT FINISHING TOUCH TO YOUR ONE IN 100 QUATTROPORTE
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.
ONE OF 100
Throughout their history, Maserati and acclaimed luxury Fashion House Ermenegildo Zegna have stood at the forefront of ground-breaking design. A long-term partnership between the two has now been announced, commencing with a reimagining of the classic Quattroporte. Just 100 exclusive luxury vehicles will be carefully crafted, and dedicated launch events will take place in Shangai, New York, Dubai and Milan to mark the occasion.
JUST LIKE A FINGERPRINT: FABRIZIO FERRI’S ONE -OF EXCLUSIVE
For the Maserati Quattroporte Zegna Limited Edition, many hands will not make light work. In celebration of the experts and artists behind these 100 exclusive vehicles, a photography project is set to run in parallel. 25 individuals will be chosen at the four global launch events, each one involved in work that depends on their hands. From artists to writers and athletes, this elite one hundred will feature in an artistic study by world-renowned photographer Fabrizio Ferri. Intimate portraits of each person’s hands will be presented alongside images of the Maserati Quattroporte Zegna Limited Edition, in a beautiful commemorative book.
A HERITAGE OF CRAFTSMANSHIP
In the days before modern technology, talented artisans fashioned objects of great beauty with basic tools and their bare hands. Today, Maserati and Zegna continue in this grand tradition, ensuring that every detail of their work embodies the finest craftsmanship – from the perfect stitching on a lapel to the minute precision of a V8 engine.
HERITAGE PROTECTED: ARTISTIC HEIRS RESTORE FONTANA DEL NETTUNO
As a result of this unprecedented venture, Maserati and Zegna will support the restoration of the magnificent Fontana del Nettuno in Bologna, returning Giambologna’s 16th-century masterpiece to its former glory. Nettuno – or Neptune, in English – is a powerful symbol for Maserati, as his trident has featured on the iconic logo throughout their history. This gesture represents a fitting homage to Italy’s art heritage, from those whose modern sculptures bring elegance in motion to the catwalk and the racetrack.
GHIBLI ERMENEGILDO ZEGNA EDITION CONCEPT
In the Centennial year for the brand, and after the success of the Quattroporte Zegna Limited Edition, released in only 100 units, Maserati and Ermenegildo Zegna chose Ghibli as the natural evolution of their partnership, presenting an absolutely unique concept car.
MASERATI AND ZEGNA, DESIGNING THE FUTURE TOGETHER
Maserati Ghibli S Q4, designed in collaboration with Ermenegildo Zegna, offers a new, exclusive product style interpretation. With its dynamic and contemporary look, this car has been designed to win over the hearts of the most sophisticated lovers of fine detail.
The exterior is characterised by a new, exclusive ‘Azzurro Astro’ colour that uses a triple layer of pigment to add depth, shine and irridescence to the finish. The effect combines changing shades of blue at the brightest points, and ash grey in the darker areas.
THE SENSORIAL PLEASURE OF EXCELLENCE
Ermenegildo Zegna has created a pure silk fabric that combines a luxurious, soft feel with an elegantly technical look, resulting in an extremely refined sensorial experience. This is enhanced by the hand-stitched macro-chevron pattern that characterises the interior.
The seating boasts extra fine grain, natural colour leather with contrasting , light grey stitching. The central roll contains leather piping on the sides and a special macro-chevron that further emphasises the three-dimensional, soft interior design.
ERMENEGILDO ZEGNA EXCLUSIVELY FOR MASERATI
The same fabric that is used for the door panels is used to cover the car’s roof lining, top pillars and sunshades, carrying “Ermenegildo Zegna Exclusively for Maserati” brand labels on the inside. The sophisticated, luxury finish of the car interior is also expressed by the headrests, featuring an embroidered Trident emblem and contrasting stitching.