2005 Maserati Quattroporte V that belonged to Elton John up for grabs at auction image

A Maserati Quattroporte V from 2005 that was originally acquired by Sir Elton John has been scheduled to go under the hammer at an auction taking place in March.

Since we’re talking about one of the world’s most famous singers, Sir Elton John’s order was anything else but ordinary back in 2005 with the unit adorning a Verde (green) hue – reminiscent of the British Racing Green – and featuring numerous amenities. Among them we can highlight the rear entertainment system with a DVD player, screen, dual headphones, CD audio changer, a remote control, and even the option to link a game console. The model also has the original Maserati welcome letter and has an unused 24-hour concierge members’ card. The future owner of the collectible will also be granted some gloves, a tool kit, a car cover, and a leather key tray.

Inside, the lucky auction winner will be welcomed by the stylish Cuoio (biscuit) leather upholstery that has been elegantly matched by the rosewood veneer which highlights the Italian design craftsmanship. This 2005 Maserati Quattroporte V is being motivated by a 4.2-liter engine mated to an automatic transmission and only clocks on the odometer 28,000 miles (45,061 kilometers). The model is set to hit the auction block on March 19 at the Warwickshire Exhibition Centre, Leamington Spa as part of the event organized by Classic Car Auctions (CCA). The pricing range is also not your usual high: between $21,612 (£15,000) and $24,493 (£17,000).