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Maserati Quattroporte — April 2008

The Maserati Quattroporte is the most
elegant way to ferry yourself and three well-heeled friends across the French
Riveria, around the Italian Lakes or along Skegness Pier.

But what if you’ve a pair of Great Danes
and an Irish Wolfhound to take along for the ride, too? What then?

This is the Quattroporte estate, a dog ‘n’
luggage-lugging supercar conversion from Italian coachbuilder Carrozzeria
Touring. Maserati has had a hand in the project too, but says it won’t produce
an estate of its own because of the investment required.

Carrozzeria Touring, however, plans to
build the estate on a made-to-order basis, and will charge you around £200,000
for the pleasure - but at least that includes the donor car.

OK, it’s not cheap, but how many other
four-door, four-seater, big-booted supercars offer you a four-shotgun storage
compartment with securing chain?

That’s a
rhetorical question, that is.

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