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'Quattroporte' means 'four doors' in Italian. The first Maserati Quattroporte made its premiere at the Turin Motor Show in 1963. Its powerful V8 Motor and the opulent interior became an immediate sign of status and distinction. Currently, the automobile is in its sixth generation.
The Quattroporte was introduced as a grand tourer to be a high-performance sedan capable of reaching 200 kilometres per hour. This Maserati had a 4.1-litre V8 engine with 256 horsepower and a top speed of 230 kilometres per hour.
The fifth-generation model was a big upgrade for the Quattroporte series. It was introduced in 2003 and then extensively updated in 2009 — in the year the Quattroporte Sport GT S was introduced. It was this automobile that prompted other automakers to consider four-door sports cars.
In 2016, India got the latest sixth generation of the Quattroporte. Later, Maserati also introduced the 2018 GTS trim of the Quattroporte in India. It featured a fire breather 3.8 litre twin-turbo V8 engine with 530 bhp and 710 Nm.
Maserati updated the Quattroporte for 2019. The updated Maserati Quattroporte featured slight tweaks on the exterior. In addition, the company added two additional paint options to the current ten: Blu Nobile and Rosso Potente. It also featured Fiore full-grain leather upholstery, new 20 and 21 inch alloys, a reworked gear lever, and interior veneer trims – Wood Rovere Veneer and Carbon Fiber Twill.
Recently, Maserati made its full-fledged Trofeo performance range available in India, designated for Maserati's most serious sports cars, such as the Quattroporte, Ghibli, and Levante. Starting with the exterior, every Trofeo model receives a more sporty look. The engine, though, is unquestionably the centrepiece of the Trofeo edition. It's a 573 bhp 3.8-litre twin-turbo V8 engine.
Standard engine options on the Maserati Quattroporte include a 3.0-litre (2987 cc) turbocharged V6 diesel, which churns out 275 bhp and 600 Nm of torque. And a 3.0-litre (2979 cc) twin-turbo V6 petrol motor is available in two different power outputs - 350 bhp and 500 Nm for the standard model, and 430 bhp 580 Nm for the 430 range of models. On the other hand, the top of the line GTS and Trofeo trim features a 3.8-litre (3799 cc) twin-turbo V8 engine that produces 530 bhp and 710 Nm 573bhp and 730 Nm, respectively.
The Quattroporte is available in both petrol and diesel fuel types.
All the engines on the Quattroporte come mated to an 8-speed automatic gearbox.
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Since 1963, the Quattroporte has been the authentic race-bred four-door sports sedan. It’s the car you’ll buy if the business-like sensibleness of German luxury saloons doesn’t appeal as much as style and exclusivity do.
The latest update on the Quattroporte includes the reveal of the special MC Edition globally and the Levante SUV and Ghibli sedan. The specification honours the company's racing history. A V8 engine is standard on every Maserati MC Edition. In addition, the automobiles include a variety of exterior and interior aesthetic changes. Giallo Corse and Blue Vittoria are two model-specific paint treatments used that acknowledge the colours of Maserati's home town of Modena.
The Maserati Quattroporte is offered in the following variants: 350 GranLusso, GranLusso Diesel, 350 GranSport, GranSport Diesel, 430 GranLusso, 430 GranSport, GTS GranSport, AMG GTS GranLusso. The top of the line Trofeo range is also available in India.
The Maserati Quattroporte is available in 9 different colours - Grigio Maratea, Nero, Nero Ribelle, Bianco, Grigia, Blu Passione, Bianco Alpi, Blu Nobile, and Rosso Potente.
Top features on the Maserati Quattroporte include leather trim, Zegna designed mulberry silk finishes on the seats, headlining, and door panels, 8.4-inch infotainment touchscreen system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, Wi-Fi connectivity, as well as voice control, four-zone climate control, keyless go, sunroof, and a 900-watt 10-speaker Harman Kardon sound system.
Key safety features on the Maserati Quattroporte include six airbags, ABS with EBD, tyre pressure monitoring system, lane-keep assist, traffic sign recognition, forward collision warning, brake assist, active blind spot assist, hill hold, anti-slip control, ESP, and 360-degree parking camera with sensors.
The Maserati Quattroporte is available at a price range of Rs 1.71 to 2.11 cr (ex-showroom). The racier Trofeo variant is Rs 2.32 crore. (ex-showroom).
In the Indian market, the Maserati Quattroporte competes with cars such as the Porsche Panamera, Audi A8, Mercedes S Class, BMW 7 Series, and the Bentley Flying Spur.
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Seductive styling; grabs a tonne of attention on the road.
A luxury sedan with sports car-like performance.
The 3.8 litre V8 from Ferrari is your ultimate ticket to an exhilarating performance.
The exhaust note is truly intoxicating.
Handling is precise and well-balanced. This four-door sports sedan inspires a lot of confidence while attacking corners.
Boasts a sense of exclusivity on the road.
The cabin contains some relatively inexpensive switchgear as well as a few fit and finish flaws. Some parts are shared with the mainstream FCA vehicles.
The dashboard design looks dated.
The ergonomics of the right-hand driving control are noticeably poor.
Features are minimal for a car of this price.
The standard diesel engine offers a regular performance.
As a whole package, the Quattroporte feels very expensive. Better and modern options are available in the same price bracket.
Quattroporte means "four doors" in Italian, but you don't need to know the language to appreciate the car's dramatic appeal. The Maserati Quattroporte certainly attracts attention. It's huge, to begin with, and the design has a strong Italian influence. The cabin of the 2020 Maserati Quattroporte has all the trappings of opulence, with a plethora of materials, finishes, and optional extras, such as separate back seats, to further tailor the space to your preferences. On the other hand, the Maserati Quattroporte cabin lacks the refinement of German limousines. However, there are no complaints about the space. In the back seat of a Quattroporte, you can stretch out. Performance-wise, you won't have any complaints as multiple potent engines are on offer. However, ride comfort is not at par with other limos.
Maserati offers a variety of engine options for the Quattroporte, so the driving experience is dependent on the one you choose. The 275hp, 3.0-litre V6 diesel in the Maserati Quattroporte feels pretty good in the mid-range and sounds great, but it's not thrilling enough for a vehicle with athletic ambitions. On the other hand, it comes with two twin-turbo engines: a 3.0-litre V-6 and a 3.8-litre V-8 that produces 523 horsepower in the GTS and 580 horsepower in the Trofeo. Both engines produce magnificent melodic tones when pushed, and neither will leave owners longing for more driving performance. However, it's the V8 engine that seems to fit the Quattroporte's personality better. The Quattroporte manoeuvres beautifully, but the ground clearance is sadly unsuitable for everyday use.
The Maserati Quattroporte you buy with your heart rather than your head. It's not the most sophisticated ultra-limousine on the market. So, if you can get beyond the jarring ride and ageing cabin, this is a car that will quickly prove the old saying, "they don't make 'em like they used to". The Maserati Quattroporte is an excellent option compared to the regular batch of upscale German cars if you tend to favour your sedans to look attractive instead of being filled with sci-fi equipment.
Body Type Sedan
Fuel Type Petrol
ARAI Mileage 11.76 kmpl
Seating Capacity 5