The flagship model in the Maserati range, the Quattroporte comes with three remarkable engines and a world of opportunities for the entrepreneurial connoisseur.
Forever exclusive, never mainstream, it has always been daringly different – for those who dare to be different.
History, built in
When Maserati presented the first Quattroporte at the 1963 Turin Motor Show, it not only launched the fastest four-seater car in the world, but also introduced a whole new category to the marketplace: the luxury sports saloon.
The concept was revolutionary for the times: take a successful Maserati racing engine and place it inside the body of a saloon; nobody had done it until then.
With its exceptional handling and
a race-bred V8 engine the Quattroporte was the fastest saloon in the
world at the time.
The art of allure
Despite its impressive size, the Quattroporte manages to maintain a balanced and dynamic appearance - from the restyled Maserati grille at the front to its LED light clusters at the rear. Newly designed front and rear bumpers give the car even greater authority and presence, whilst the marque’s traditional three air vents are featured along the sides.
Frameless doors then manage to give this executive saloon the
appearance of a sleek coupé. The Quattroporte’s familiar triangular
C-pillar, the celebrated Saetta logo, is another nod to the car’s innate
sporting character, as are the quad chrome tailpipes and the integral
boot spoiler, which generates downforce at high speeds.
In the Quattroporte, Maserati has created a unique and exclusive car, designed for the discerning tastes of entrepreneurial pioneers and business trailblazers – high achievers who relish the unconventional and avant-garde.
Naturally, for such a clientele, the Quattroporte is available in a number of different guises and with three inspirational engines. There is a choice of two petrol engines; a 410 HP 3-litre Twin Turbo V6 and the 530 HP 3.8 litre Twin Turbo V8 petrol unit.
In addition there is a potent 3-litre V6 turbo diesel that produces a remarkable 275 HP.
With the restyling of the flagship Quattroporte, Maserati launches a new range strategy to offer its highly demanding clientele the additional choice of two unique trim options that emphasise the two key pillars of the brand’s DNA: GranLusso and GranSport.
Each trim level was conceived to meet the needs of customers that seek a distinctive and unique product in the luxury saloon segment.
GranLusso and GranSport are immediately recognisable thanks to their distinct exterior design and unique interiors.
For individuals of a sporting disposition who want their Quattroporte to reflect their more athletic lifestyles, there is the highly distinctive and dramatic GranSport trim. Exterior enhancements include new front and rear sports bumpers with exclusive black gloss features, body coloured sideskirts, 21” Titano wheels and red brake callipers.
Inside, the cabin benefits from special sports seats, gearshift
paddles, sports foot pedals, a new sports steering wheel and Piano black
The Quattroporte can be made even more dynamic with exterior and
interior Carbon packages. The exterior package features the door
mirrors, door handles and central pillars all in sporty carbon fibre,
whilst the interior package comprises carbon fibre steering wheel, door
sills, and internal trim.
Those who seek even more exclusivity and lavish luxury in their Quattroporte can opt for the unrestrained opulence of the GranLusso trim.
On the outside the bumper inserts are in chrome, and there are body coloured sideskirts, black brake callipers and elegant 20” Mercurio wheels while the interior has been uniquely styled and appointed by the leading fashion house of Ermenegildo Zegna.
Exquisite Italian Zegna silk, colours and high grade materials combine to generate an absolute masterpiece of taste and refinement – Maserati being the only brand in the world to feature bespoke silk interiors. Other GranLusso enhancements to the cabin include a wood and leather steering wheel, wood trim, a power rear sunblind, four-zone climate control, and heated rear seats.
Priority number one: protection for all.
In designing the Quattroporte, Maserati made safety the number one priority. To provide the best possible protection for its occupants it features the latest-generation airbags and numerous state-of-the-art safety systems and devices.
Adaptive Cruise Control
Regardless of the weather conditions, Adaptive Cruise Control constantly monitors the amount of space between Quattroporte and the vehicle ahead, maintaining a constant pre-set distance. If traffic slows or another vehicle moves in front, it slows the car down by coasting or engaging the brakes. Conversely, when the vehicle ahead speeds up or moves into another lane, the system accelerates up to the pre-set speed.
Lane Departure Warning System
Thanks to a camera located in the interior rear-view mirror that monitors the road markings ahead, the Lane Departure Warning System helps the driver keep the vehicle in the chosen lane on motorways and main roads. This reduces lane drift and the possibility of lateral collisions by warning the driver when the vehicle crosses lane markings without signalling.
Blind Spot Alert and Rear Cross Path detection
These safety systems constantly monitor the space between Quattroporte and other nearby vehicles. When a side or rear blind spot is encroached upon, for instance by another driver changing lanes, illuminated icons appear in the door mirrors and an audible alert is sounded.
Forward Collision Warning
The Forward Collision Warning monitors vehicles
ahead by means of a camera, and warns the driver if the car’s approach
could escalate into a rear-end collision.
This is linked to the Advanced Brake Assist system, which provides additional braking during an emergency stop.
Irresistable style and enhanced exclusivity
A sporty appearance all your own
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