Maserati is adding a special edition package to its ‘S’ GranLusso models.
Over the next five years, Maserati hopes to become more of a widespread, global brand. Still, for those out there who want a more exclusive touch, there’s a new special edition package. Maserati has revealed the “Edizione Nobile” (or Noble Edition) packages for the Quattroporte and Ghibli sedans, as well as the Levante SUV. And by “exclusive”, just 50 of each model will be available to customers.
What makes the Noble Edition different? It’s only available on S GranLusso models, and the package adds a new paint color, unique wheels, and some interior touches.
On the outside, Noble Edition Maseratis get Blu Nobile paint, 20-inch wheels and silver brake calipers. Subtle changes, but those are the extend of the exterior changes. Inside, however, the package adds more unique touches. You get heated and ventilated sport seats, typically relegated to the GranSport, clad in two-tone leather. Heated rear seats are also part of the package, and Maserati caps off the changes with high-gloss wood veneer, an Alcantara headliner and unique badging.
Interior features and pricing
The Noble Edition also ticks off a Bowers & Wilkins premium audio system and the Driver Assistance Package. That package adds a 360-degree camera, adaptive cruise control, and forward collision warning with pedestrian recognition.
These limited-edition Maserati packages add $7,500 on top of the base GranLusso, and will be available in showrooms this month. That means buying an $85,280 Maserati Ghibli S GranLusso with the package will kick the final price up to at least $92,780 without any additional options. Maserati is not offering it on the base GranLusso – only the S and S Q4 Quattroporte, Ghibli and Levante.