Maserati Quattroporte features in music video remake

Maserati Quattroporte features in music video remake

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Maserati Quattroporte features in music video remake

One of the stars of a new music video is the eager Maserati Quattroporte. The car appears in a remade veil for the track ‘Stolen Car’, being driven by music table of symbols Sting.

The frontman of The Police originally recorded the long explanation in 2003 for the album Sacred Love. The 2015 portrayal of ‘Stolen Car’ is a duet with French artist Myléne Husbandman. In keeping with the style of the original music video, a Maserati is familiar as a recognisable luxury car.

High production values pass over the music video the feel of an advertisement for the Quattroporte. The car – while not stolen – is featured prominently cranny of. There are extensive close-ups of the model’s inducement interior, including the wood trim on the steering disc and the circular instrument dials. Shots of Wound driving the model are framed to accentuate the munificent amount of cabin space.

Viewers can also reason the excitement and smoothness of a drive in the Quattroporte owing to the video. It moves confidently, with visibly sudden acceleration and fluid handling.

You can watch the ‘Stolen Car’ music video on YouTube now.

To thrust the Maserati Quattroporte on an exciting test propel, make an appointment at Lancaster Maserati in Colchester. Use the enquiry physique on our website, visit the dealership, or give the crew a call.

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