The Maserati Quattroporte four-door grand tourer has received a set of styling revisions along with additional high-tech features. First launched in 2013, Maserati has delivered its flagship model to over 24,000 customers in 72 countries.
Outside, the Maserati Quattroporte now features a new bumper design with matte black profile at the front, a tapered front grille with new vertical chrome elements, matte black side skirts, and 'slightly restyled' exterior mirrors. The design upgrade, reminiscent of Maserati's first SUV - Levante, also includes stocky air vents at the front, new electrically adjustable air splitter which, according to the Italian luxury carmaker, together with other elements improves the Quattroporte's aerodynamic drag by 10 per cent.
(Maserati Quattroporte GTS GranSport Interior)
The Quattroporte's cabin sports a redesigned central dashboard that includes a capacitive high resolution 8.4-inch screen with multi-touch function. Additionally, the central, lower console features a rotary control for volume and function control, a new lid and phone storage compartment. The new infotainment system is compatible with both the Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring functions.
For safety, the optional Advanced Driver Assistance Systems comprises Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop&Go, Lane Departure Warning, Forward Collision Warning with Advanced Brake Assist and Automated Emergency Braking. The new Surround View Camera is also offered as an option in combination with the Driver Assistance package.
The Maserati Quattroporte is offered with two unique trim options, namely, GranLusso and GranSport. While both trims are available as an upgrade for all Quattroporte V6 powertrain versions (Quattroporte Diesel and Quattroporte S), top-end Quattroporte GTS will be available exclusively with either one of the trims as part of the standard equipment. Maserati Quattroporte's price in the UK starts at 58,558 pounds and goes up to 95,866 pounds.