A bespoke version of the Maserati Levante debuted at the Geneva Motor Show, previewing the brand’s future customisation programme
A one-off version of the Maserati Levante SUV made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show this year. Called the Levante One of One, it was built by the Centro Stile Maserati styling house and previews the company’s planned future customisation programme.
Commissioned by the Vice President of the Italian winemaker, Marchesi Antinori, the Maserati Levante One of One features a tri-tone green paint-job, a large set of alloy wheels and a dark chrome finish for the door handles, side intakes and grille.
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Inside, the Levante One of One gets re-trimmed button-tufted seat upholstery, new door-cards, a recoloured dashboard, mohair wool floor mats and a copper-infused carbon fibre transmission tunnel. Maserati claims these options match the colour palate found in Tuscany’s vineyards.
Maserati’s Geneva stand also featured a series of “working tables,” showcasing a range of aftermarket accessories for its Quattroporte and Ghibli saloons. Items included a handful of leather dashboard panels trimmed by the Italian fashion house, Ermenegildo Zegna and a range of wooden fascia plates carved by the Italian cabinetmaker, Giorgetti.
The Italian home design company, De Castelli, also provided a collection of metal interior trim pieces, as well as set of unique copper-tinted pedals. Maserati is yet to confirm when its customisation service will reach the European market, as well as provide pricing information for any of its options.
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