David Beckham has been a long-standing partner of Maserati for quite some time, helping the historic Italian manufacturer show off its MC20 supercar, its new Grecale SUV, and the new generation of its incredible GranTurismo coupe. Now, the celebrated athlete is part of a new venture from Maserati, Fuoriserie Essentials, a series of collections of cars curated by Maserati partners, and he has curated a selection of historically-inspired and beautiful Maserati cars made bespoke by Maserati’s Fuoriserie program, through which clients are able to create their own bespoke Maseratis.
The collection features two configurations that give a heritage-inspired touch to Maserati’s most iconic vehicles, one inspired by the 1967 Maserati Ghibli, and the other inspired by the 1986 Maserati Quattroporte Royale. A “Night Interaction” shade of blue paired with a tan interior echoes the Ghibli, while a “Verde Royale” green pays homage to the Quattroporte Royale, which was only produced in 51 units. The two Fuoriserie Essentials DB configurations are available on request on two incredible cars: the MC20 supercar, and the Grecale SUV.