Maserati is a brand that always stands out with its understated yet elegant design and thus far the opulent and classy brand has managed to sell 1 lakh units of their cars. The 1 lakh unit is a 2017 Quattroporte GranSport manufactured at the Avv. Giovanni Agnelli PlantGrugliasco plant in Italy.
The particular Quattroporte Gransport sports a solid white exterior colour which contrasts the interior which have a tan shade, while the Quattroporte is fitted with 21 inch Titano alloys which have the striking red calipers sticking out of it. The whole colour scheme shows off the brand’s heritage which is known for class and performance.
Reid Bigland, Head of Maserati, who officially unveiled the car No. 100,000 at the press conference and announced its honoured owner, a successful and impressive young lady. “China is Maserati’s largest market for Quattroporte in the world,” said Mr. Bigland. “Our remarkable performance in China last year was a major contributor to our record-breaking global sales. China’s elites are increasingly enamoured by the Italian brand of luxury, exquisite craftsmanship and passion for driving that are poured into every Maserati.
Maserati’s aesthetics, craftsmanship, seductive engine sound and thrilling driving experience have also equally captured the hearts of India’s discerning new generation of business elites and celebrated personalities alike as several Indian celebrities own a Maserati with the latest being Sushant Singh Rajput. Maserati’s latest lineup for India
Maserati’s latest lineup for India includes: Quattroporte, Maserati’s flagship sedan; the always-breath-taking Ghibli – a sporty sedan, the dynamic yet elegant GranTurismo/GranCabrio – a sports performer and soon to be launched in India, Levante, the brand’s first-ever SUV which despite its huge size will be high on the performance front.