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Maserati Shows Off Snazzy New Interior Option

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But you 'd better act fast if you want it.

When we last tested the 2018 Maserati Ghibli, it was sent to us in GranLusso trim with the Luxury Zegna Package. Zegna refers to Ermenegildo Zegna, the Italian fashion designer, which partnered with Maserati to offer the first silk interior found on a production car. The silk interior was among our favorite features and now Maserati has announced another new interior option from Zegna at the 2019 Monterey Car Week.

Visitors to Car Week will have an exclusive chance to order one of 100 limited edition Maserati models with a new Pelletessuta woven leather interior. Maserati will build 50 examples of the 2020 Levante SUV and 50 examples of the 2020 Quattroporte sedan with this new interior exclusively for the North American market.

All 50 Levante examples will be S GrandSport models with an exclusive color called Bronzo tri-coat paired with a black interior finished with exclusive Radica wood trim. The limited-edition Levante will also include black brake calipers and 21-inch polished Helios rims.

The 50 Quattroporte examples will all be Q4 GranLusso models with an exclusive Blu Sofisticato Metallic exterior paint paired with a dark brown interior. Other details include blue brake calipers, sport seats, and a Zegna Edition interior badge. Both models will be available on a first-come, first-served basis, with deliveries set to begin in Spring 2020. Maserati says you can contact your local dealer to reserve one now.

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Maserati says the Pelletessuta material isn't just comfortable, it also adds a layer of durability to the interior. It is created by replacing fabric yarns with strips of Nappa leather, weaving them together and interlacing to create a new leather fabric. If the silk interior is any indicator, this new interior should be remarkably luxurious and comfortable. The partnership between Maserati and Zegna seems to be well suited. We can't wait to see what the two Italian companies will come up with for Maserati's upcoming new models.