Maserati Ghibli “Operanera” (Fragment Design Special Edition)

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Maserati meets Fragment Design by Hiroshi Fujiwara – the Fragment Design Special Edition was presented this year in Tokyo. The series is limited to 175 units and is available as either “Operanera” in black, or “Operabianca” in white. As base model for the project, the Ghibli sq4 was chosen.

The partnership was fruit of the capabilities of the Maserati Fuoriserie customisation program, which permits customers to create their own Maserati, tailored to their preferences. Hiroshi Fujiwara is a Pioneer of the streetwear culture in Tokyo. In the 1980s, he was one of the first DJs to import hip hop into Japan, and as a producer and musician he has worked with international recording stars. As a visual artist he specialises in expressing aspects of the urban experience moods.

The Maserati Ghibli Operanera explained

Since we’re still talking about a Ghibli, the car is powered by a twin-turbo Ferrari V6 that produces well over 400 hp. The beauty in Maserati is that you can get a good looking, high-end luxury sedan and still enjoy the virtues of a sporty engine built by probably the number one engine manufacturer in the world.

The interior of the Maserati Ghibli Operanera is made of premium leather and Alcantara, with contrasting silver inserts for the vertical stitching and the Trident on the headrests. Seat belts are kept in dark blue. On the exterior, Fujiwara’s metropolitan style is reflected in a specific grille and in the logo, adapted uniquely for this edition. To complete the exteriors, Ghibli Operanera and Ghibli Operabianca are fitted with 20” Urano matte black wheels and a specific badge with the Fragment logo on the C pillar.

Last but not least, the code M157110519FRG appears underneath the three side air ducts. The alphanumeric tag seal stands for the partnership between the two brands: 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.

In terms of price, Maserati (Website) has not yet made any announcements for the Ghibli Operanera, but we can assume that it will be well over the 120.000 $ of the base SQ4

Quick Facts

Year

2021

Cylinders

6

Displacement

2979 ccm (182 ci)

Horsepower

429 hp

Top Speed

286 km/h (177 mph)

0-60mph / 0-100kmh

4.7 s

Engine

Type

V6-twinturbo

Position

front

Displacement

2979 ccm (182 ci)

Compression Ratio

9.7:1

Boost Pressure

1.2 bar (17.4 psi)

max. RPM

/

max. Torque @RPM

580 Nm (428 lb ft) @1750

max. Horsepower @RPM

429 @ 5750

Valves/Cylinder

4

Valvecontrol

DOHC

Transmission

Drivetrain

AWD

Type

8-speed automatic

Gear Ratios (rear)

4.70 - 3.13 - 2.10 - 1.67 - 1.29 - 1.00 - 0.84 - 0.67 (3.30)

Final Axel Ratio

2.80

Design

Seats

5

Doors

4

Length

4971 mm (196 in)

Width

1945 (76.6)

Height

1461 (57.5)

Weight 

1900 kg

Paint Options

Black

Interior Colour Options

Black

Interior Materials

Leather + Alcantara

Cw value

0.29

Design by

Hiroshi Fujiwara

Performance

Top Speed

286 km/h (177 mph)

0-60mph / 0-100kmh

4.7 s

60-120mph / 100-200kmh

12.9 s

60-0mph / 100-0kmh

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1/4 Mile

12.8 s

Price

New 

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Used 

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