The Italian House returns to St. Moritz on February 24 and 25, with rare masterpieces from its past and contemporary sculptures on wheels looking into the future
Maserati is delighted to continue its partnership with The I.C.E. St. Moritz – International Concours of Elegance – hosted in the glamourous setting of the frozen lake of St. Moritz, bringing together the best in classic cars with collectors, car enthusiasts and jet setters from all over the world.
Over the course of the 2-day event in the name of elegance and luxury, the lake will be the stage for an open-air exhibition, celebrating the classic cars as true artworks and allowing the public to admire their beauty and history, while collectors will be able to enjoy the unprecedented experience of driving their roaring cars on the snow-covered track carefully assessed by a prestigious jury.
Maserati will bring its passion and strong legacy presenting rare masterpieces from its past, such as the Maserati 420M/58 Eldorado – a one-off single-seater race car purpose-built for the second edition of the 500 Miles of Monza in 1958 – the classy 3500 GT Vignale Coupé as well as the legendary Mistral, that in 1963 inaugurated the brand’ tradition of naming its cars after famous winds.
The house of the Trident will also showcase its contemporary collection of sculptures on wheels designed by Klaus Busse – Maserati’s Head of Design as well as member of The I.C.E. jury – such as the Grecale SUV in its Fuoriserie ‘Mission from Mars’ one-off edition, the one-of-a-kind spyder MC20 Cielo in its Fuoriserie version, the all-new powerful Granturismo Trofeo and the thrilling Granturismo Folgore – the first 100% electric car in Maserati’s history – projecting the Trident forward into the future.