Maserati Designers Tell the Story of the Alfieri Study [VIDEO]
Mar 27, 2014 14:07
The Maserati Alfieri study represents a vision of a 2+2 coupe and also represents a present for the brand's 100th birthday.
Fiat Chrysler’s global design boss Lorenzo Ramaciotti sees is more as a declaration of intent. According to him, the styling language of the Alfieri represents the designers' goals for Maserati in the future.
Watch both designers, as well as Giovanni Ribotta, chief designer for the exterior of the Alfieri, talk about the study’s design process in an official video from Maserati below:
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