Quintessentially Driven to replace Jaguar fleet with Maseratis
25 July 2014
Author: Daniel Puddicombe
Maserati Quattroportes in, Jaguar XJs at Quintessentially Driven
Maserati has announced it will supply a fleet of 20 diesel-powered Quattroportes to Quintessentially Driven, a chauffer-driven and self-hire luxury car company, replacing the current fleet of Jaguar XJs.
Four Quattroportes will join the fleet by the end of this month, but Dean Pemberton, CEO of Quintessentially Driven, exclusively confirmed to BusinessCar that "at least" 20 Quatttroportes will be on the company's books by the end of the year. All 20 cars will be supplied by Maserati GB. He also confirmed that they are in the process of de-fleeting the Jaguars.
The Italian car maker will also offer the chance for chauffeurs to invite high net worth clients to test drive Maseratis for themselves using a credit card-style handout which will contain Maserati's contact details.