“I have always been a car enthusiast,” says David Beckham upon the announcement and unveiling of his custom Maserati MC20 Fuoriserie Edition. As the brand’s ambassador, Beckham is no stranger to Maserati, but as the marque enters a new era he has been invited to design his own version of the hotly-anticipated Italian supercar, and naturally, it pays homage to everything he is: football.
The union results in an MC20 treated by Maserati’s Fuoriserie customization program, allowing clients such as Beckham to alter the car’s appearance inside and out. This tailor-made example is finished in black, but there’s a lot more to the design than just a blacked-out supercar.
For example, the bodywork’s glossy black tone is contrasted by opaque black Trident logos on the grille and on the C-pillar, as well as more opaque lettering on the rear. The MC20 badge on the door is pink, as are the Brembo brakes, and the theme is continued inside as well.
Black leather and Alcantara is contrasted with pink stitching, while tone-on-tone laser engraving and three-dimensional embroidery have been applied — in pastel pink of course — to the backrest and headrests respectively, while between the two seats, a personalized nameplate reads “For David” in aluminum next to a Trident logo and a pastel pink Maserati Fuoriserie stamp.
Speaking on the experience, Beckham adds, “To be part of designing and creating my MC20 through the Fuoriserie customization program has been an amazing experience. Cars are about individual taste whether it’s the model, color or small personal details on the inside. It has been incredible to collaborate with the Maserati team and designers to create this one-off car that is inspired by my second home, Miami, and my football club there. It is a joy to be behind the wheel.”
Take a look at the Maserati MC20 Fuoriserie Edition for David Beckham above, and find out more about the program on the marque’s website.
In case you missed it, check out what happened when HYPEBEAST took the MC20 around the Italian hills for a drive.
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