2024 Maserati GranTurismo Fuoriserie One-Off Prisma & Luce. The Trident introduced its GranTurismo Launch Edition PrimaSerie 75th Anniversary along with three masterpieces – GranTurismo One Off Prisma and GranTurismo One Off Luce, designed by Maserati Centro Stile.
The GranTurismo One Off Prisma is a refined work of craftsmanship art, equipped with the Nettuno V6 internal combustion engine, dedicated to the heritage of this glorious car. The bodywork is made of a chromatic partnership consisting of 14 different colours – all painted by hand – and embellished with details of more than 8,500 letters hand-applied and hand-varnished one by one, making up the names of Maserati cars. Two of colors look ahead to the future, whilst the other twelve have been selected from the hues of the most popular GranTurismo models of the past, such as the characteristic Amaranto from the 1947 Maserati A6 1.500, and the Oro Longchamps that brightened the 1973 Maserati Khamsin.
The GranTurismo One Off Luce is a statement of innovation and sustainability, featuring a full-electric Folgore engine, literally reflects Maserati’s experimentation and constant research. The outfit is an original chromatic mirrored monolith, engraved with a dynamic laser-etched pattern and painted in an almost absent colour that makes the contours of the car blend into its surroundings. The interiors are a hymn to the future as they are made of ECONYL® – a regenerated nylon yarn – resulting in a unique aesthetic metamorphosis: the monochromatic blue interior reminds of the sea from which the sustainable material came from. The shapes of the seats are underlined also by the few graphics present on the central parts, lasered with gradient backing in contrast. The result is the two contrasting techniques, inside and outside: the mirror that almost hides the car and the laser that aims to create a strong and deep track of Maserati’s soul, technical performance, and astonishing beauty.
Source : Maserati
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