Maserati Edizione Ribelle
Maserati Announces Limited ‘Edizione Ribelle’ Series
Only 225 examples sporting the unique characteristics of the new Maserati 'Edizione Ribelle' series will be produced.
By Collin Morgan
Wed, Jan 22, 2020 08:57 AM PST
The name ‘Ribelle’ translates to rebel in Italian, and this new package harkens back to Maserati’s rebellious roots. The 225 individual cars that will sport this limited package will arrive in North American showrooms at the end of March 2020. The series will include 100 Levante S, 100 Ghibli S Q4, and 25 Quattroporte S Q4 in the GranSport trim.
To start things off, the exterior of the ‘Edizione Ribelle’ series gets a shot of stealth-inspired design. The limited cars will feature Nero Ribelle Mica Paint and come equipped with the Nerissimo Package. The Nerissimo Package essentially spills Black Chrome finishing on nearly everything: grille upper bezel trim, rear trunk accent, side air vents, Maserati badges on the c-pillars and the Maserati logo, model, engine and vehicle name on the rear of the vehicle. These touches really give these cars a shadowy, nightcrawler appearance. The window surrounds, exhaust tips, vertical grille bars and the 20-inch Dark Wheels also get a splash of liquid night.
On the interior, the driver and their passengers will sit comfortably in exclusive premium leather Sport Seats finished in a two-tone leather combination of black and red. The interior is further enhanced by the premium Harman Kardon Audio System, trident stitched headrests, Alcantara headliner and carbon fiber trim. For those looking for comfort, the ‘Edizione Ribelle’ boasts heated front and rear seats, along with the heated steering wheel. Each vehicle has a unique interior badge displaying the number of vehicles in the series.
The name ‘Ribelle’ means rebel in Italian and pays homage to the rebel nature of Maserati as the choice for consumers who want to stand out from the crowd and not blend into the sea of sameness,” according to Al Gardner, CEO of Maserati North America. “These distinctive vehicles showcase the high level of Italian design and craftsmanship that Maserati is known for.”
About The Author
Collin Morgan is a Grand Rapids, Michigan based writer and enjoys the unique and unusual aspects of the automotive industry. He has experienced the worldwide car culture firsthand and has visited the automotive shrines of Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Pagani in Central Italy, tackled the Autobahn, and toured Wales with a rally club. Back in the States, he frequents car events in Detroit and Chicago and is convinced Michigan is the most underrated state for picturesque drives. He owns a 1999 Miata and has happily allowed many good hair days to be ruined by the open road turbulence.