Maserati teamed up with Hiroshi Fujiwara, the Japanese musician, producer, and designer, the godfather of street culture, and founder of fashion label Fragment Design, to create limited-edition Ghibli Operanera and Ghibli Operabianca. This partnership demonstrates the capabilities of the Maserati Fuoriserie customization program, which allows customers to create their own Maserati.
Both Hiroshi Fujiwara and Maserati have the ability to transcends the boundaries and be daring. In the spirit of “itanji” which means “non-conformist” two brands have come together uniting Italian design and Japanese perfection to create an unexpected limited edition car.
Based on the Ghibli sports sedan in Granlusso trim, the partnership resulted in two exclusive looks. A total of 175 cars for global distribution: Ghibli Operanera and Ghibli Operabianca. They are a bitonal duo, one in a glossy/opaque black and in glossy white and opaque black.
The exteriors, the body-color wheels, and handles are done in one and the same color.
The interiors, on the other hand, are wrapped in premium leather and Alcantara, with contrasting silver inserts for the vertical stitching and the Trident on the headrests. The seat belts are dark blue. Fujiwara’s metropolitan style is reflected in a specific grille and in the logo, modified for this edition. To complete the exteriors, Ghibli Operanera and Ghibli Operabianca are fitted with 20” Urano matte black wheels and a specific badge with the Fragment logo on the C pillar.
The code M157110519FRG appears underneath the three iconic side air ducts. The first four characters are the Ghibli ID code, the next six numbers record the date of the first meeting (5 November 2019) between Hiroshi Fujiwara and the Centro Stile Maserati, and the final three letters are the acronym of Fragment.
To celebrate the launch of the car, Maserati and the designer created a capsule collection that will be available at Maserati Official channels.
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