An Emblem of Italian Design

The first Quattroporte, designed by Pietro Frua, was conceived in 1963 as the perfect fusion between performance, style and luxury. With aggressive exterior lines, sleek elegance and refinement, the Quattroporte offers the choice between the GranSport and the GranLusso trims, both superb pieces of machinery, technology and sophistication.

The interiors are customizable and driver-oriented with the instrument cluster’s large, analogue rev-counter and speedometer that flank a 7” TFT display with enhanced graphics, Harman Kardon Premium Sound System, offering the Bowers & Wilkins Surround Sound System as an alternative option, a leather-finished steering wheel is electrically adjustable for both reach and height, and the MTC+ infotainment system is based on a high-resolution 8.4” capacitive touch screen. The rear provides excellent legroom; the GranLusso offers the option of two individual seats instead of the three-seat bench, and passengers have everything they need for a relaxing ride, with ventilation and electrical movement, USB sockets, foldaway ashtrays and ISOFIX fittings in the seats, plus a box for phone storage and three 12V power sockets.

A standout feature in the GranLusso trim is that the interiors boast exclusive Ermenegildo Zegna Silk made in Trivero, Italy, with Radica open-pore wood details in the dashboard and the stirring wheel, in addition to the Maserati Trident emblem embroidered with contrast stitching in the headrests.

The engine for the Quattroporte GTS is a powerful 3.8-litre Twin Turbo V8, capable of producing 530hp at 6,800 rpm and 650 Nm peak torque from 2,000 rpm to 4,000 rpm, reaching 100 km/h in just 4.7 seconds.  








310 km/h


530 @ 6,800


900 V8 Twin Turbo GDI




80 l


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