Future Classics: Maserati


For our first future classics series we take a look at current vehicles from Maserati. Will these be future classics or forgotten about used cars?


Maserati reveals the Ghibli, Quattroporte and Levante in dazzling “complete dark” at the 88th Geneva Motor Show. Dark is synonymous with style, yet in addition with outrageous energy, so it superbly catches the double character natural in the Maserati DNA. From this idea, Nerissimo was conceived − an exceptional release of Maserati vehicles that underlines their decisive brandishing ability and superior capacities.

Intended for the Ghibli, Quattroporte and Levante − and accessible in GranSport trims − the Nerissimo Edition encompasses every vehicle in dark. The outsides of the three autos stand apart gratitude to enchanting, profound dark body paint. This is joined with a differentiating Black Chrome trim on the upper piece of the grille outline and the Trident, the side air vents, the boot, and the notable Maserati badging on the C-columns and at the back. The grille bars, entryway handles, exhaust tips and window trim, in the mean time, are in an elite dark completion.

For the Ghibli and Quattroporte, a dim completion on the LED headlights and a decision of either 20″ Urano or 21″ Titano amalgam wheels – both in reflexive dark – complete the image.

The Levante offers extra highlights, for example, front and back underbody security and dark haze light rings. It is accessible with a decision of 20″ Nereo, 20″ Efesto or 21″ Anteo combination wheels – all in dim completions.

Concerning the inside, the Ghibli sports vehicle is fitted out with warmed front and back Sport situates, a warmed game guiding haggle Mirror inside completing − albeit Black Piano and Carbon fiber trims are additionally accessible. Tinted windows and a force back sunblind are extra highlights. The lead Quattroporte official vehicle can be done in either Black Piano or Carbon fiber trims. It is furnished with tinted windows and a back view camera with dynamic gridlines, and furthermore includes the common sense of a force boot cover, the HomeLink framework and Keyless Entry reached out to incorporate the back entryways. The Levante SUV highlights warmed front and back Sport seats, four-zone programmed atmosphere control, power foot pedals and the Easy Entry framework.

Maserati Ghibli Could the new Ghibli be a future classic? Let us know in the comments section below.

Or how about the new Maserati Levante?