Maserati Teams Up with Japanese Streetwear Legend Hiroshi Fujiwara

Maserati has teamed up with Fragment’s Hiroshi Fujiwara, “the Japanese godfather of street culture” for two limited-edition Ghibli Sedans.

The century-old Italian nameplate said the collaboration is the result of the Maserati Fuoriserie customisation program, which allows consumers to design their own Maserati based on their own preferences.

The partnership sees the creation of the Ghibli Operanera and Ghibli Operabianc special editions. Image: Maserati

The two exclusive designs, Ghibli Operanera and Ghibli Operabianca, are based on the Ghibli sports sedan in Granlusso trim with a total of 175 cars for global distribution.

They are a bitonal duo, one in a glossy/opaque black and in glossy white and opaque black.

The colour consistency extends not just to the exteriors, but also to the body-coloured wheels and handles. Premium leather and Alcantara are used for the inside, with contrasting silver inlays for the vertical stitching and the Trident on the headrests. with dark blue seatbelts.

The front grille is the partnership’s most recognisable feature, Fujiwara’s flair is represented in a distinctive grille and emblem designed just for this edition.

The exteriors of the Ghibli Operanera and Ghibli Operabianca are finished off with 20-inch Urano matte black wheels and a Fragment logo emblem on the C pillar.

Last but not least, below the three distinctive side air ducts, the code M157110519FRG appears. The first four characters of this alphanumeric tag are the Ghibli ID code, the following six digits represent the date of Hiroshi and the Centro Stile Maserati’s first meeting (5 November 2019), and the last three letters are the acronym for Fragment.

The launch of the car is accompanied by a capsule collection.

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