Maserati took centre stage in the last week of January as St. Moritz welcomed the Snow Polo World Cup 2020, now in its 36th edition. The Italian carmaker premiered the Levante Royale Special Edition, a celebration of dynamic elegance, as guests gathered on the St. Moritz lake to attend one of the most glamorous events of the social calendar.
Throughout its history, Maserati has created unique models and exclusive series. Amongst them, the 1986 Royale version of the 3rd generation Quattroporte, a restyling featuring exclusive blue and green colours, improved interiors, with soft leather seats and extensive use of wood in the dashboard and door panels with only 51 units produced.
Maserati kind of paid a tribute to its heritage with the launch of a special series bearing the same name, available across all models with V6 engines featured in the current Maserati range: just 100 Maserati Quattroporte, Levante and Ghibli Royale will be produced with engines ranging from the 275HP 3.0l V6 Diesel, to the 350HP and 430HP 3.0l V6 petrol.
The Royale Special Series comes with extensive equipment, Premium and Driving Assistance Plus Packages fitted as standard. Its advanced driving assistance systems (ADAS) actively respond to potential road hazards and improve comfort and safety of driver and passengers.
Its interiors, based on the GranLusso version, reflect the elegance and exclusivity of the Levante Royale through its materials: PELLETESSUTA™ Cuoio (tan) leather by Ermenegildo Zegna or two-tone Pieno Fiore leather in Black/tan, high gloss Metal Net finishes and the distinctive “One of 100" plate, together with Bowers & Wilkins Sound System, electric sunroof and tinted windows.
Although the first deliveries are scheduled for March 2020, orders for this series limited to only 100 units can already be placed. The Royale Special Series will be available in EMEA, China and APAC countries.