The interior seating would be replaced with sport seats newly trimmed in two tones of Pieno Fiore natural leather; the rear set will feature heating while those in the front seats will enjoy heating as well as ventilation.
Each model’s center console will display an Edizione Nobile dedicated badge set in a new glossy trim: the Quattroporte and the Ghibli cabins will don a wood veneer finish and the Levante gets a smooth, metal net weave.
Every model will be outfitted with an Alcantara headliner, a Bowers & Wilkins audio system, and the company’s Level II Autonomy Driver Assistance Package which includes adaptive cruise control, a 360° surround view camera, and pedestrian recognition among other features.
Models furnished in the Edizione Nobile package are scheduled to arrive at American and Canadian Maserati showrooms in December. The package adds $7,500 (roughly R105 375) to Ghibli, Levante, or Quattroporte models already fitted with the GranLusso trim.