Maserati recently unveiled Fuoriserie Essentials, a collection of exclusive cars designed by “select tastemakers and friends of the Trident.” The first of these Fuoriserie Essentials has been designed by the marque’s global brand ambassador David Beckham.
“Fuoriserie means ‘custom-built’ in Italian, and our Trident’s customization program is conceived to create singular experiences for our clients,” says Klaus Busse, Maserati’s Head of Design. “Our wish here is for them to express their personality and passion by creating their very own Maserati.
“Just like David, everyone can choose from a wide range of personalization features from our Fuoriserie Corse collection, inspired by Maserati’s glorious racing heritage, and from our Fuoriserie Futura collection, dedicated to lovers of technology and new materials.”
Fuoriserie Corse offers a selection of colours as materials inspired by the historical bodyworks of the Officine Alfieri Maserati, the original entity founded by Alfieri and Ettore Maserati. The exterior and interior design options are meant to evoke the classic racing vehicles from Maserati’s illustrious history, and include several legacy liveries – from clean stripes to striking patterns.
Fuoriserie Futura collection, as the name suggests, is all about looking ahead. The interior options feature some of the latest technologies available in the automotive industry, as well as sustainable materials. The style is clean and graceful. Its exterior colour selection offers a mix of classic and innovative shades. The interior selection offers several industrial tones.
David Beckham has designed two distinctive car configurations for his ‘Fuoriserie DB Essentials’ collection. He drew inspiration from his fascination for Maserati classic cars, and conceived the collection as an extension of his Savile Row sartorial wardrobe.
Captivated by the 1967 classy Maserati Ghibli coupé, Beckham selected a ‘Night Interaction’ blue for the exteriors of his first DB Essentials, and matched it with a tan shade for the leather interiors. For his second configuration, Beckham paid tribute to the 1986 Maserati Quattroporte Royale, only 51 units of which were produced. Here he chose ‘Verde Royale’ (dark green) hue for the exterior paint, with warm brown leather upholstery inside.
An exclusive metal plate celebrating the collaboration between Maserati and David Beckham is applied to the central tunnel between the front seats or between the two headrests. Both Fuoriserie DB Essentials configurations are now available upon request on the MC20 super sports car, and the new Grecale SUV.