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David Beckham and Maserati Launch Bespoke Fuoriserie Essentials Collections

Maserati Unveils Two Custom Color Options Designed By David Beckham

Paint it like Beckham.

Maserati and David Beckham have collaborated on a collection of custom colors to showcase the brand’s Fuoriserie department, which translates to “custom built” in Italian. These bespoke colors took inspiration from classic Maserati vehicles in an attempt to answer a question proposed to Beckham, which is, “What’s your vision of the ultimate Italian luxury sports car?”

This is not the first time Beckham’s name has been associated with the Trident sports car brand. In 2021, Maserati unveiled a Fuoriserie edition MC20 in black with pink accents specified by Beckham. For his collection, David Beckham designed a new Maserati MC20 in Night Interaction Blue inspired by the 1967 Maserati Ghibli coupe. A contrasting tan interior compliments the unique shade of blue.

The second vehicular model used in the David Beckham Maserati Fuoriserie collection is a 2023 Maserati Grecale. An Italian SUV dressed in a shade of Verde Royal green said to be inspired by the 1986 Maserati Quattroporte Royal, of which only 51 were produced. It, too, was matched with a rich brown leather interior.

What’s great about these color palettes is that they are available for anyone looking to personalize their new car through Maserati’s Fuoriserie program. So you can paint it like Beckham on any Maserati model.

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