Every Maserati is like a work of art constructed with the care and attention that only the human hand can provide. Maserati artisans lavish expertise and finishing skills craft breathtaking vehicles from start to finish. The signature of Italian craftsmanship is evident everywhere you look, down to the smallest detail.
Maserati PELLETESSUTA™ Leather
The first collaboration of these two iconic Italian brands brought exceptional Zegna Mulberry Silk inserts into the interiors of Ghibli, Levante and Quattroporte GranLusso models. Maserati and Ermenegildo Zegna are thrilled to introduce PELLETESSUTA™ — a woven leather textile made exclusively for special-edition Maserati vehicle interiors. Born of old-world Italian traditions and today’s innovative technology, it was ingeniously fashioned using thin strips of Nappa leather to create an ultra-luxurious “fabric” that is lightweight, soft and enduring.
Delivering a tailored environment of opulence, this initial offering inspired the brands to join forces once again. Bound by the belief that luxury and craftsmanship must be intrinsic in all that bears their name, Maserati and Ermenegildo Zegna share an enthusiasm for artistry and quality. Look for it to grace the 2020 Quattroporte S Q4 GranLusso and the Levante S GranSport.
Ermenegildo Zegna dresses Maserati
Ermenegildo Zegna is the leading luxury menswear brand, one of the most renowned businesses in Italy. It was founded in 1910 in Trivero, in the Alps above Biella by the young entrepreneur Ermenegildo. His vision was to ethically create the world’s finest textiles through innovation and fibers sourced directly from their countries of origin.
The first joint design innovation to express Maserati luxury and style was the original Ermenegildo Zegna silk interior currently available exclusively in the Maserati Ghibli, Levante and Quattroporte GranLusso models. In addition to this silk interior, Maserati and Zegna present their newest car interiors in woven PELLETESSUTA™ leather. This woven nappa leather is unique to the world of automotive luxury and only available in a limited number of special edition 2020 Model Year Quattroporte S Q4 GranLusso sedans and Levante S GranSport SUVs.
Bowers & Wilkins
Fusing Italian flair with British ingenuity, the partnership between Bowers & Wilkins and Maserati extends far beyond our shared passion for engineering excellence and technological innovation. Like music itself, tuning an audio system for an automotive interior is a fine art.
A 50-year history of engineering state-of-the-art loudspeakers means that each Bowers & Wilkins Surround Sound System-available in the Ghibli, Levante and Quattroporte-has been carefully designed with each model’s unique cabin architecture in mind, ensuring an immersive audio experience.
The system begins with high-end speakers (15 in the Ghibli or Quattroporte, 17 in the Levante), including mid-range drivers and rear woofers made from aramid fibre to eliminate distortion and optimize off-axis performance. Advanced aluminium tweeters capture high-frequency air and detail. The system features QuantumLogic™ Surround Sound Technology, which digitally reconstructs the musical signal, while the Clari-Fi function automatically restores detail lost in digitally compressed music.
Literally handcrafted sound, is a name that embodies the profound essence of the company, whose mission is to find the perfect combination of cutting-edge technologies, skillful craftsmanship and refined design. Sonus faber loudspeakers systems are designed as true musical instruments; wooden cabinet, aluminum finishes and hand stitched leather inserts, make these products works of art with holding the elements that make the Italian company unique: precious materials, high craftsmanship and natural sound.
The Maserati MC20 is the only model in the world currently in production with Sonus faber sound system. It features 12 channels High Power Amplifier with 695 Watts of power and 12 speakers with specific characteristics in order to stay true to the Sonus faber philosophy, which is the ultimate pursuit of “natural sound”, creating a sound reproduction that implies the use of natural materials like the silk used for the tweeters’ dome.