While running around from merger to acquisition, Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne has been riding in style in a Maserati Quattroporte. And why shouldn't he? The luxurious sport-sedan is miles ahead of the Alfa Romeo 167 which Fiat executives were chauffeured around in beforehand, and better than anything Opel or Chrysler has got to show off, too. But one limousine company in Florida has what it figures is the next step up: a stretched Quattroporte with seating for ten.
Not even the Maserati Quattroporte which in normal form is one of
the most stylish sports sedans money can buy. The same can't be said for its
10-passenger limousine offspring that's up for hire by a Miami-based limo
company called "Padilla Car Collection". The firm claims that this is the only
stretched version of the Quattroporte in the world - thank God for that...
via CarScoop autoblog
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