2021 Maserati Ghibli Operanera and Operabianca Special Editions

Maserati teamed with Hiroshi Fujiwara to create two cool Ghibli special editions

Maserati in partnership with Hiroshi Fujiwara, the Japanese godfather of street culture, developed two special editions based on the Ghibli

Called Operanera and Operabianca, these two special editions will be limited to a total of 175 units globally

As their name suggests, the two special editions feature a combination of two colors: one in a glossy/opaque black and the other in glossy white and opaque black

The paint is not only applied on the body, but also on the wheels and door handles

The grille was also adapted uniquely for this edition and was designed in Fujiwara’s metropolitan style

The two cars ride on 20” Urano matte black wheels

With a final distinctive element of the exterior being the Fragment logo on the C pillar.

For the interior, Maserati went for a combination of premium leather and Alcantara

with contrasting silver inserts for the vertical stitching and the Trident on the headrests

As a cool contrast, the seat belts are dark blue

And what's with the code M157110519FRG?

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 and the Centro Stile Maserati, and the final three letters are the acronym of Fragment

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