A n the successful Giugiaro design, the Italians hardly seem to lend a hand. The front is changed in the style of the new Levant. The rear apron is also slightly revised. An electrically lockable grill grille has also been integrated into the new radiator grille. In addition, the underbody paneling has been optimized.
Maserati Quattroporte is becoming more sociable
On the other hand, the infotainment offering, which will be able to integrate smartphones via Apple Carplay and Android Auto, will be refreshed. The collaboration with Google has borne fruit here, which has given the center console a large touchscreen in Tesla dimensions. This configuration could already be seen at the Google developer show 2016. The other controls on the center console have also been re-sorted.
The Italians have also improved on the safety equipment. The Quattroporte now has an adaptive cruise control with stop & go function, a collision warning with emergency braking function, a lane departure warning and all-round camera surveillance. The parking brake now works electronically. The equipment variants of the luxury liner have also been re-sorted. The Maserati Quattroporte will be available in the future as GranLusso and GranSport.
The engine range with the V6 biturbo, the V8 and the V6 turbo diesel will be retained, but will be readjusted in terms of performance and consumption. The V8 is now allowed to run at 310 km /h, the V6 S versions are now allowed 286 km /h, the normal V6 gains 20 hp and now runs 270 km /h. The two diesel variants increase to 242 km /h and 252 km /h.
The refreshed Maserati Quattroporte will celebrate its premiere at the Paris Motor Show in autumn. The new Quattroporte is available from 96,300 euros.