Remarkable power, luxury and finesse. A world of opportunities for the visionary few.
The Maserati Quattroporte speaks to brave individuals who lead and refuse to follow. Building on the greatness of its past, the Quattroporte defines the ultimate grand-touring sedan of the future with a clear and authentic vision. Maserati invented the supersedan in 1963, challenging the status quo by putting a racing engine into an executive luxury sedan. Today’s Quattroporte offers scintillating performance in a car more beautiful, inviting and inspired than any other. The Quattroporte is the pinnacle of sporting luxury.
Since its introduction more than 50 years ago, the Quattroporte has remained the flagship of the Maserati model range. Always exclusive, never mainstream, it has long been daringly different, for those who dare to be different.
With the restyling of the Quattroporte for 2017, Maserati launches two unique trim packages that emphasize the two key pillars of Maserati’s design and engineering philosophy: GranLusso and GranSport.
These two highly distinctive trims are available as an optional package for Quattroporte V6 powertrain versions, Quattroporte S and Quattroporte S Q4. Both are offered at the same price across the range. The top-of-the-range Quattroporte GTS, which features the twin-turbocharged V8, is available exclusively with either the GranLusso or GranSport trims as part of its standard equipment.
The Quattroporte GranLusso and GranSport are immediately distinguished by their distinct exterior design and unique interiors. Each trim has been conceived to meet the demands of customers who seek an even more exclusive Quattroporte.
Those who seek even more exclusivity and ultimate luxury in their Quattroporte can choose the unrestrained opulence of the GranLusso trim, with an interior styled and appointed by the leading Italian fashion house of Ermenegildo Zegna. GranLusso exterior details impart an even more luxurious look to the Quattroporte design, featuring chrome bumper inserts and body-colored sideskirts, black brake calipers and elegant 20-inch Mercurio alloy wheels.
Exquisite Italian Zegna silk, colors and sumptuous materials are combined in an absolute masterpiece of aesthetic refinement—one that is unique, as Maserati is the only automobile in the world to feature bespoke silk interiors. Other GranLusso interior enhancements include a wood-and-leather steering wheel, wood trim, power foot pedals, a power rear sunblind, four-zone climate control and heated rear seats.
Individuals who desire a Quattroporte with a more sporting disposition will choose the highly distinctive and dramatic GranSport trim. Exterior enhancements include new front and rear sports bumpers with exclusive black gloss features, body-colored sideskirts, red brake calipers and 21-inch Titano alloy wheels. Inside, the cabin is appointed with special sports seats, gearshift paddles, Inox sport foot pedals, a new sports steering wheel and Piano black trim.
The Quattroporte can be made even more dynamic with exterior and interior Carbon packages. The exterior package features door mirrors, door handles and central pillars all in sporty carbon fiber, while the interior package comprises a carbon-fiber steering wheel, door sills and interior trim pieces. Both packages can be ordered individually or together for the Quattroporte, and also with the GranSport trim, which then includes the front bumper profile in carbon fiber as well.
Italy is widely acknowledged as a leader in the world of automotive design, with a century-long history of cars not only characterized by their great beauty, but also with an intangible touch of genius: its allure. Perhaps no better example exists than the Maserati Quattroporte. Reflecting a design that is cultured and refined, it is a masterpiece of aesthetic sophistication and aerodynamic elegance.
Despite its impressive size, the Quattroporte presents a balanced and dynamic appearance, from its restyled Maserati grille at the front to its LED light clusters at the rear. Newly designed front and rear bumpers give the car even greater authority and presence, while three air vents—a traditional and historic detail for which Maserati is known—are featured along the sides. Frameless doors impart the appearance of a sleek coupé to the Quattroporte’s profile. On the Quattroporte’s triangular C-pillar, the celebrated Saetta logo is a nod to the sporting character of every Maserati, as are distinctive quad chrome tailpipes. The spoiler, integral to the trunk lid and which generates downforce at high speeds, contributes to unsurpassed aerodynamics, enhanced by a flat underbody design and the clever Air Shutter behind the front grille that controls the passage of air through the radiator, aiding in the reduction of drag.
In the new Quattroporte, Maserati has created a unique and exclusive car, designed to reflect the discerning tastes of high-achieving individuals who stand apart from the crowd and relish an automobile that does not bow to convention. Naturally, for such a demanding clientele, the Quattroporte is available in three inspirational guises, powered by one of two remarkable engines.
The sophisticated design of the 8-speed ZF automatic gearbox ensures precise gearshifts and exceptional performance. It is assisted by auto-adaptive software that is able to recognize the way the car is being driven, and modifies the shifting pattern for each individual driver. There are five operating modes: Auto Normal, Auto Sport, Manual Normal, Manual Sport and Increased Control & Efficiency (I.C.E.) for optimal control in any weather conditions. Upshifts are all automatic unless a manual mode is selected. Also standard is the acclaimed Maserati Skyhook system, with shock absorbers featuring continuous damping variation that allow the Quattroporte to deliver comfort with the handling dynamics of a sports car.
Quattroporte’s cabin is an environment of unsurpassed refinement where clean, minimalist design is enhanced by double-laminated acoustic glass that contributes to a peaceful, quite drive. Here, artisans have given attention to every detail, combining authentic materials like supple Italian leather in a palette of color and stitching combinations, complemented by hand-fitted wood or carbon-fiber trims to create a spacious, supremely comfortable environment for everyone onboard.
The sensation of wellbeing begins with the 12-way power adjustable leather front seats that ensure the ideal driving position. The multifunction steering wheel is a model of ergonomic efficiency and provides a highly tactile grip. The central console features the new Maserati MTC 8.4-inch touchscreen, the very latest infotainment system with central control knob, Apple CarPlay®, Android Auto and available Bowers & Wilkins Premium Sound.
Equal attention has been focused on the occupants of the rear seats, as well. The Quattroporte comes standard with a supremely comfortable, asymmetrically folding, hand-stitched leather rear seat for three people, complete with a central armrest that contains a USB point and a 12V socket. The interior ambience of the Quattroporte is enhanced by the sleek lines of the broad dashboard, elegant central console and four large doors, inviting passengers into an atmosphere of spacious luxury.
The Maserati Quattroporte offers next-generation safety technology features to enhance occupant protection. Advanced safety features include six dual-stage airbags, active headrests, and a tire pressure monitoring system, as well as Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) technology designed to help prevent collisions, including adaptive cruise control, blind spot alert, rear cross-path detection, and lane-departure and forward-collision warning systems.
Standard on the GranLusso trim and optional for all other Quattroporte models, the system warns if the car’s approach could escalate into a collision. This is linked to an advanced brake-assist system, which can provide additional braking during an emergency stop, as well as an automatic braking system, which can automatically apply the brakes to reduce the car’s speed.
Standard on the Quattroporte, the blind spot detection system assesses the space between the car and other nearby vehicles. An illuminated icon in either door mirror and an audible alert activate when another vehicle enters the side or rear blind spot. The same warning sounds when an oncoming vehicle is detected as the car reverses out of a parking space.
To reduce lane drift and the possibility of lateral collisions, the lane-departure warning system can help drivers keep the Quattroporte in the chosen lane on highways and main roads by warning when the car crosses lane markings without signaling. The system is standard on the GranLusso trim and optional for all other Quattroporte models.
Adaptive cruise control maintains a constant pre-set distance between the Quattroporte and the vehicle ahead. Furthermore, the system’s Stop & Go function adjusts to the speed of the vehicle in front, until it comes to a complete stop. Adaptive cruise control is standard on the GranLusso trim and optional for all other Quattroporte models.
The Quattroporte comes with a choice of two formidable, twin-turbocharged engines: the 404 hp, 3.0-liter V6 used in Quattroporte S and S Q4, and the 523 hp, 3.8-liter V8 used in the ultimate Quattroporte GTS. The engine of every Quattroporte is engineered by Maserati, built by Ferrari and shared by no one.
|Performance||Quattroporte S||Quattroporte S Q4||Quattroporte GTS|
|Max speed||177 mph (284 km/h)||175 mph (281 km/h)||190 mph (307 Km/h)|
|Acceleration (0-60 mph)||5.0 sec (0 to 100 Km/h; 5.1 sec)||4.8 sec (0 to 100 Km/h; 4.9 sec)||4.6 sec (0 to 100 Km/h; 4.7 sec)|
|Consumption (combined city/highway)||18 mpg||18 mpg||17 mpg|
Engine & Drivetrain
|Engine layout||V6 60° - Automatic 8 gears||V6 60° - Automatic 8 gears||V8 90° - Automatic 8 gears|
|Displacement||182 cu in (2.98 L)||182 cu in (2.98 L)||232 cu in (3.8 L)|
|Transmission||ZF 8-Speed Automatic||ZF 8-Speed Automatic||ZF 8-Speed Automatic|
|Max power||404 HP / 301 kW (410 CV)||404 HP / 301 kW (410 CV)||523 HP / 390 kW (530 CV)|
|Max power (rpm)||5,500 rpm||5,500 rpm||6,500 - 6,800 rpm|
|Max torque||406 ft-lb / 550 Nm (in overboost)||406 ft-lb / 550 Nm (in overboost)||524 ft-lb / 710 Nm (in overboost)|
|Max torque (rpm)||1,750 - 5,000 rpm (in overboost)||1,750 - 5,000 rpm (in overboost)||2,250 - 3,500 rpm (in overboost)|
|Bore||3.4 in (86.5 mm)||3.4 in (86.5 mm)||3.4 in (86.5 mm)|
|Stroke||3.2 in (80.8 mm)||3.2 in (80.8 mm)||3.3 in (84.5 mm)|
Dimensions and Weight
|Length||207.2 in (5,262 mm)||207.2 in (5,262 mm)||207.2 in (5,262 mm)|
|Width (without side mirrors)||76.7 in (1,948 mm)||76.7 in (1,948 mm)||76.7 in (1,948 mm)|
|Width (with side mirrors)||83.8 in (2,128 mm)||83.8 in (2,128 mm)||83.8 in (2,128 mm)|
|Height||58.3 in (1,481 mm)||58.3 in (1,481 mm)||58.3 in (1,481 mm)|
|Wheelbase||124.8 in (3,171 mm)||124.8 in (3,171 mm)||124.8 in (3,171 mm)|
|Front track||64.4 in (1,635 mm)||64.4 in (1,635 mm)||64.4 in (1,635 mm)|
|Rear track||64.8 in (1,647 mm)||64.8 in (1,647 mm)||64.8 in (1,647 mm)|
|Front overhang||38.1 in (968 mm)||38.1 in (968 mm)||38.1 in (968 mm)|
|Rear overhang||44.2 in (1,123 mm)||44.2 in (1,123 mm)||44.2 in (1,123 mm)|
|Curb weight||4,100 lb (1,860 kg)||4,233 lb (1,920 kg)||4,189 lb (1,900 kg)|
|Front tires||245/45 R19||245/45 R19||245/40 ZR20|
|Rear tires||275/40 R19||275/40 R19||285/35 ZR20|