Limited units of the Maserati Quattroporte GTS GranSport ‘Nerissimo’ Special Edition cars have arrived in the UAE.
Only 50 of the Limited Edition vehicles are being made especially for the Middle East region and Japan. One of the cars is currently on display at the Al Tayer Motors showroom in Sharjah.
“The UAE market has a strong affection for cars, particularly special, distinctive models and this is an exclusive opportunity for very select customers to own a unique flagship Quattroporte luxury sedan,” said Martino Picotti, Senior Brand Manager, Maserati, Al Tayer Motors.
The cars will be available to buy from official importer-dealer Al Tayer Motors showrooms.
The Maserati Quattroporte GranSport GTS ‘Nerissimo’ Special Edition sports luxuriant Nero Ribelle paint combined with Black Piano finishing on the front grille, inserts on bumpers and rear extractor to create a truly unique statement.
Also getting clothed in black are the window surrounds, exhaust pipes and vertical grille bars. The vehicle also features front and rear sports bumpers, body-color side skirts, 21” glossy Black Titano wheels; anodized Red painted brake calipers and exterior Carbon package.
The interior of the car features12-way power sports seats, full premium Black leather upholstery with Red stitching as well as Red embroidered Trident on the headrests, Carbon trim, gearshift paddles, and door sills, Sports Carbon steering wheel, a dedicated interior badge ‘Nerissimo Edition One of 50’ and Alcantara headliner.
Also available through the Al Tayer Motors showrooms is the restyled 2018 Quattroporte, which retains its top status in the high-end sedan segment with power upgraded V6 versions and a new Electric Power Steering that enables the new active Advanced Driving Assistance Systems.
The Quattroporte now also features Adaptive full LED headlights with glare-free high-beam, developed in collaboration with Magneti Marelli Automotive Lighting on L-shape technology.
The car can also be fitted with a power-upgraded 3.0L V6 424hp engine as well, with the new, performance-enhancing Integrated Vehicle Control system (IVC), developed by Bosch in collaboration with Maserati.
The introduction of Electric Power Steering (EPS) by Maserati, enabling new Advanced Driving Assistance Systems (ADAS) with active functions. EPS has replaced hydraulic power steering on the Quattroporte, the Ghibli, as well as on the Levante, providing better handling and comfort, while retaining the razor-sharp steering feel that is typical of every Maserati.