Last Wednesday, at the National Automobile Museum in Turin, the “Lucrezia” was presented, a sport sedan car, designed by “UP-Design” of the famous Italian designer Umberto Palermo.
This is a car built using the Maserati Quattroporte platform and it is named after the wife of Umberto Palermo. The desing is aggressive, yet elegant, result of the continuous “movement” of the lines.
The interior is dominated by the simplicity of the surfaces, while characteristic is the lack of many things found in modern cars which would make the car heavier. The materials used for building the car are aluminum, carbon fiber and steel.
Its length is 5,272 mm with a wheelbase of around 3,181 mm, width of 1,958 mm and height of 1,419 mm, while it is equipped with a 4,2 liter V8 petrol engine that delivers more than 500 hp! Wearing Pirelli tires dimensions 295/22ZR22 and having Brembo brakes.