Detroit Auto Show: Maserati releases even more exclusive Quattroporte, the Collezione Cento

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At first glance, we were tempted to write this limited edition off as an attempt to flog unwanted cars. But looking at the interior pictures in detail, it looks like the Quattroporte Collezione Cento might actually be something special. The 100 units built will feature a standard multimedia system which can show pictures in addition to the more obvious movie playing, music listening capabilities. What's really special is the interior, which is decked out in buttoned two-tone leather with wood trim.

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@Rick Astley: I'm not sure what maintenance costs chrystubishi is referring to, but I am familiar with some of the maintenance on other high end Italian cars... such as having to lift the engine out just to replace the timing belt on a Ferrari 308/328... and it is also recommended that you replace the water pump and oil pump at the same time. Total cost... around $5000... every 30,000 miles.

It is said that when you own a high end Italian car (like a Ferrari or Lamborghini), the parts that fall off of it as you drive will be of the highest quality.