2019 Maserati Quattroporte – FULL REVIEW!

Published on July 18, 2018

Sophisticated to the ultimate detail

New colours, wheel designs and interior veneers, a redesigned gearshift lever and Pieno Fiore natural leather interiors provide the ultimate refinement to the Maserati flagship sedan.
Distinct exterior cues for the GTS GranSport
Standard Adaptive full LED headlights on all versions
New colours, wheel designs and interior veneers
Updated Nerissimo package
Redesigned gearshift lever with shorter travel and improved operation
Pieno Fiore natural leather widens choice of exclusive interiors

–Exterior design
The executive Italian sedan
A classic example of authentic Italian design, the Quattroporte has embraced gracefully the virtues of elegance and athletic attitude, particularly in the GranLusso and GranSport trims.

The best Italian designers have been involved in developing the design language of the Quattroporte throughout its 55-year history. In 1963, the first Quattroporte seamlessly fused the qualities of speed, style and luxury in a sleek body designed by Pietro Frua – and ever since, Maserati has been considered a master of sports sedan design.
The second-generation version in 1974 was designed by Bertone but it was Giorgetto Giugiaro’s 1979 Quattroporte that saw great success. Marcello Gandini redefined the flagship sedan with his compact 1994 Quattroporte, while Pininfarina’s 2003 model set the segment’s design standard for almost a decade.
The modern-day Quattroporte is as distinctive and exclusive as its predecessors the least. The dominant, powerful nose is sculpted around the Alfieri-shaped three-dimensional grille, which is pointed and imposing, featuring vertical chrome rib elements that contrast with the depth of the ‘sharknose’ effect.
Beneath the rear bumper, the GTS version can be identified by its twin, trapezoidal, integrated dual pipe exhaust system in chrome-plated stainless steel, while the V6 and diesel models use twin, oval, dual exhaust pipes.

–Interior design
Superior materials and improved ergonomics
Pieno Fiore natural leather and new veneers are available in the sumptuous interior of the Quattroporte, which also features improved infotainment graphics and climate control ergonomics.
Thanks to its long wheelbase, the latest-generation Quattroporte has set a benchmark for roominess, while its stylishly neat interior gives both driver and passengers the sensation of travelling in an exclusive first class lounge.

The interior delivers streamlined, wraparound forms, which endow the dashboard and tunnel with a feeling of lightness. The dashboard features a full-width surface in a variety of exclusive, precious trims, underlining the refined character of the Quattroporte and rounded out by decorative inserts on the front and rear door panels.
The interior is focused around a driver-friendly interface. The instrument cluster’s large, analogue rev-counter and speedometer flank a 7” TFT display for many of the car’s operational features. The leather-finished steering wheel is electrically adjustable for both reach and height.
The MTC+ infotainment system is based on a high-resolution 8.4” capacitive touch screen, which features updated graphics and improved Climate Control functions for MY19. A double rotary knob in forged aluminium provides intuitive control of the audio volume and other functions.

High performance V6 & V8 engines

The family of Maserati petrol units boasts the top-of-the range 3.8-litre V8 for the Quattroporte GTS and the 3.0-litre V6 for the Quattroporte, Quattroporte S and S Q4 versions. Both engines are twin-turbocharged, developed by Maserati in collaboration with Ferrari and assembled in Maranello.
The Quattroporte is also available with the 3.0-litre V6 turbodiesel engine with AdBlue technology. This powerful unit is specifically developed by VM Motori according to Maserati specifications in terms of performance, efficiency and driving satisfaction.

–Maserati Soundtrack
Following the best Maserati tradition, the sound and performance of the exhaust system is controlled by pneumatic valves in the pipes of each bank, and passes through the unique Maserati Sound Tank to maintain the rich aural tradition of the brand.
In Normal driving mode, the bypass valves are closed up to 3,000 rpm to produce a comfortable and discreet engine sound. In Sport mode, the exhaust valves are opened, offering the shortest possible high-energy route for the exhaust gases, which gives the Quattroporte its maximum engine performance and unique Maserati sound.

Quattroporte GTS – 530hp Twin Turbo V8
Quattroporte S and S Q4 – 430hp Twin Turbo V6
Quattroporte – 350hp Twin Turbo V6
Quattroporte Diesel – 275hp turbodiesel

Full Review https://media.maserati.com/en-ww/press-kits/quattroporte-my19



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