The new Maserati Quattroporte is among the "coolest ‘objets de luxe’ on the planet" – according to the latest edition of men’s lifestyle magazine GQ. In its December edition, on sale now, the magazine presents GQ’s annual harvest of ‘The 100 Best Things in the World Right Now’ and the Maserati comfortably beats every other car to claim 21st place in the 2003 rankings.
GQ’s judges summarised the Quattroporte’s selection with the following words: "At last, an Italian assault on the luxury executive car market… superlative saloon should prove a powerful competitor… has high-spec interiors and all the expected gadgets and gizmos."
Maserati’s new Quattroporte relaunches the concept of the Italian luxury saloon, combining driving pleasure and performance, with style and elegance – the characteristics of a true Maserati. Quattroporte is designed to be a luxurious limousine with a passionate Italian nature, a genuine driver’s car – utterly involving and sporty, entertaining in every circumstance, to be driven and enjoyed everyday, in all weathers and capable of generating rewarding emotions rather than being merely coldly functional.
The magazine’s ‘100 Best Things’ is a splendidly diverse collection, spread over 26 pages ranging from girls, gadgets, gear and more girls – all sporting the sharpest looks of the year. Topping the list is the eye-catchingly curvaceous moulded fibreglass Hara Chair (£825), designed by Giorgio Guridi for Kundalini.
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