Maserati Introduces Quattroporte Nerissimo To Saudi Arabia

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Taking into account Saudi Arabia’s love for special cars, Maserati has brought a limited edition Quattroporte GTS to its shores. 

In line with the philosophy of exclusivity that Maserati works on, the Italian company has brought the Quattroporte GTS Nerissimo to Fast Auto Technic showrooms across Saudi Arabia. The Nerissimo is limited to just 50 units earmarked for the Middle East and Japan and sets itself apart from the regular Quattroporte with plenty of carbon fibre and dark accents.

“The Saudi market is very passionate about cars, especially the limited and exclusive private offerings, and this is an exclusive opportunity for a limited number of customers to purchase the luxury Quattroporte with the Nerissimo version,” said Fathi Allam, General Manager of Maserati.

The gorgeous Quattroporte has been given a new paint and finish scheme that makes it look more sinister. The exterior is finished in rich Nero Ribelle paint and the dark theme continues throughout the car with black inserts found on the grille, bumpers, and diffuser. The window surrounds and exhaust pipes are also black. The Quattroporte Nerissimo gets a set of classy 21-inch Titano wheels finished in gloss black, complete with anodized red calipers.

Inside, the theme is seen running throughout the car’s cabin with a Sport Carbon steering wheel, carbon fibre trim, and black leather all around with red stitching. The headrests are embroidered, and there is an Alcantara headliner that rounds off the upholstery. The sports seats are 12-way electronically adjustable. There is also a dedicated interior badge that proudly reads ‘Nerissimo Edition One of 50’.

Mechanically, the Nerissimo is identical to the standard Quattroporte GTS. Powering the car is a 3.8-liter V8 petrol motor that belts out 530 hp at 6,500 RPM and 710 Nm from as low as 2,250 RPM. The power is fed to the wheels through an eight-speed automatic transmission. Maserati has put up the Nerissimo GTS up for display at Fast Auto Technic showrooms across Saudi Arabia.

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