DAVID Beckham has been pictured with his incredible custom-made Maserati supercar, which is worth a stunning price.
The former England and Manchester United star attended a gala celebration celebrating the opening of the manufacturer’s new UK store.
Beckham, the brand’s global ambassador, was one of over 100 guests at the glittering event in Hatfield, Hertfordshire.
He arrived in a customized Maserati GranTurismo in striking black.
The football star was reportedly presented with the car as a thank you from the company for his promotional work.
The 2023 GranTurismo costs just over £159,000.
With the customization and association with big names, Beckham’s GT is probably worth even more.
A 2022 MC20, a 1986 Quattroporte Royale and a 1967 Ghibli also feature in his extensive multi-million pound car collection.
He helped design the MC20 and owns a bespoke version, but it’s worth well over £220,000.
Speaking at the opening, he said: “I’m delighted to be here to support the opening of Maserati’s first new store concept in the UK.”
“These are exciting times for the brand and this store reflects Maserati’s commitment to great design and innovation.”
The new store aims to combine the atmosphere of a tailor shop and a workshop, giving customers complete control over the design of their car.
Five cars will be presented at a time in a constantly changing exhibition, offering a lounge area and a dedicated space for customization, including a 3D design screen.
Bernard Loire, Chief Commercial Officer of Maserati, added: “From the early stages of developing a new car through to the complete luxury retail experience, everything at Maserati is customer-focused.”
“Our first new concept store in the UK embodies our values of passion, innovation and beauty through the lens of Italian luxury and represents another important milestone in our exciting growth plans, including the launch of GranTurismo and our electric Folgore range.”
This came after Maserati unveiled its fastest car ever with a top speed of 202 miles per hour.
Meanwhile, an international hunt has been launched after an extremely rare 1968 Porsche worth £85,000 was stolen from a car park.