Much of the time, when fashion designers team up with automakers for special editions, we get some cool colors and some really nice leather. Yes, the Ermenegildo Zegna Maserati Quattroporte has all of that, but it also has some unusual and really interesting fabics that are what, in our opinion, make this car really special. 

First up, there's a pseudo-velvet insert in the seats that manages not to look like a Buick from the mid '90s, but just makes the car look a little more opulent, and secondly, there's the "fabric" headliner. Maserati isn't telling us what fabric this actually is, so we're just going to assume it's something like an Angora pube/polyester blend.

Goat groin aside, we love the look of that interior, and the special silver exterior paint that uses "ultra-fine aluminium pigments" doesn't look bad either.

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[via Maserati