The Auto e Moto d’Epoca show, Europe’s and Italy’s biggest exhibition of classic and contemporary cars and motorbikes, began in Padua today and will be open to the public until Sunday 25 October.
Three classic Maserati cars of significant historical value are on display at the stand dedicated to the Trident in Hall 1 at the Padua show: a 1934 6C34, only 6 of which were made; a sporty 1964 Mistral Coupé with bodywork by Frua, and a one-off Tipo 124 from 1974. As well as the three exclusive classic Maseratis, the stand is also exhibiting a Ghibli S Q4, the contemporary executive sedan with a sporty personality, equipped with the “Q4” all-wheel drive system. This one-off Maserati Ghibli was used as the concept car for the new range of “Zegna Edition” interiors currently on the market and is the only one of its type in the world.
The new products
The Maserati Store will also be at the stand with lots of new products including the Maserati Classiche line inspired by the world of heritage, with the Trident’s legendary vintage cars reproduced on the graphics and patches of the garments.
The “Maserati Classiche” department, which curates the brand’s participation at the show, is an in-house entity entirely dedicated to classic Maserati cars and the promotion of the company’s immense historical heritage.
Maserati recently introduced the Maserati MY16, presented in September at the Frankfurt Motor Show; this upgrades all current engines in the range to the Euro 6 standard, also adding exclusive new content for the Ghibli and Quattroporte sedans, including interiors in Ermenegildo Zegna silk.
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