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Those who seek even more exclusivity and lavish luxury in their Quattroporte can opt for the unrestrained opulence of the GranLusso trim, with an interior styled and appointed by the leading fashion house of Ermenegildo Zegna. Exquisite Italian Zegna silk, colours and top class materials combine to generate an absolute masterpiece of taste and refinement – Maserati being the only brand in the world to feature bespoke silk interiors. Other GranLusso enhancements to the cabin include a wood and leather steering wheel, wood trim, power foot pedals, a power rear sunblind, four-zone climate control, and heated rear seats. On the outside, for an even more luxurious look, the bumper inserts are in chrome, and there are body coloured sideskirts, black brake calipers and elegant 20” Mercurio wheels.
For individuals of a sporting disposition who want their Quattroporte to reflect their more athletic lifestyles, there is the highly distinctive and dramatic GranSport trim. Exterior enhancements include front and rear new sports bumpers with exclusive black gloss features, body coloured sideskirts, 21” Titano wheels, and red brake callipers. Inside, the cabin benefits from special sports seats, gearshift paddles, Inox sport foot pedals, a new sports steering wheel, and Piano black trim.
Exquisite Italian Zegna silk, colours and top class materials combine to generate an absolute masterpiece of taste and refinement – Maserati being the only brand in the world to feature bespoke silk interiors. Other GranLusso enhancements to the cabin include a wood and leather steering wheel, wood trim, power foot pedals, a power rear sunblind, four-zone climate control, and heated rear seats.
The Quattroporte can be made even more dynamic with exterior and interior Carbon packages. The exterior package features the door mirrors, door handles and central pillars all in sporty carbon fibre, whilst the interior package comprises carbon fibre steering wheel, door sills, and internal trim. 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 fibre, too.
In the new Quattroporte, Maserati has created a unique and exclusive car, designed for the discerning tastes of entrepreneurial pioneers and business trailblazers – high achievers who relish the unconventional and avant-garde. Naturally, for such a demanding clientele, the Quattroporte is available in a number of different guises and with three inspirational engines.
Supreme onboard comfort and sheer driving pleasure. The sophisticated design of the eight-speed ZF automatic gearbox ensures precise gearchanges and exceptional performance, and comfortably manages the prodigious power of the different engines. Mounted behind the engine, it is assisted by auto-adaptive software that is able to recognise the way the car is being driven, and modifies the shifting pattern for each individual driver. There are five operating modes, selected using the buttons near the gear lever: Auto Normal, Auto Sport, Manual Normal, Manual Sport, and Increased Control & Efficiency (I.C.E) for a better control in any weather conditions and the most comfortable and quietest engine response, along with minimal fuel consumption. Upshifts are all automatic unless a manual mode is selected.
To ensure the comfort of its distinguished guests, the Quattroporte wants for nothing, and in terms of materials and equipment only the best will do: premium Italian leathers, fine woods, handcrafted stitching, the very latest in high-tech instrumentation and exclusive Ermenegildo Zegna Silk Edition interiors. The sensation of wellbeing begins with the 12-way power adjustable leather front seats that ensure the perfect driving position. Ahead of the driver, on the central console, there is the very latest touch-screen infotainment system with an additional rotary control, along with a handy new phone storage box. Meanwhile, the multifunction steering wheel is a model of ergonomic efficiency and provides a highly tactile grip. Equal attention has been focused on the occupants of the rear seats, as well. The standard Quattroporte comes with a supremely comfortable, asymmetrically folding, hand-stitched leather rear bench seat for three people, complete with a central armrest that contains a USB point and a 12V socket. The overall spaciousness of the Quattroporte is enhanced by the sleek lines of the broad dashboard, its central tunnel, and its large doors, so that all onboard are enveloped in an atmosphere of complete luxury.
In designing the Quattroporte, Maserati made safety the number one priority. To provide the best possible protection for its occupants it features the latest-generation airbags and numerous state-of-the-art safety systems and devices.
The Forward Collision Warning monitors vehicles ahead by means of a camera, and warns the driver if the car’s approach could escalate into a rear-end collision. This is linked to the Advanced Brake Assist system, which provides additional braking during an emergency stop.
These safety systems constantly monitor the space between the Quattroporte and other nearby vehicles. When a side or rear blind spot is encroached upon, for instance by another driver changing lanes, illuminated icons appear in the door mirrors and an audible alert is sounded.
Thanks to a camera located in the interior rear-view mirror that monitors the road markings ahead, the Lane Departure Warning System helps the driver keep the vehicle in the chosen lane on motorways and main roads. This reduces lane drift and the possibility of lateral collisions by warning the driver when the vehicle crosses lane markings without signalling.
Regardless of the weather conditions, Adaptive Cruise Control constantly monitors the amount of space between the Quattroporte and the vehicle ahead, maintaining a constant pre-set distance. If traffic slows or another vehicle moves in front, it slows the car down by coasting or engaging the brakes. Conversely, when the vehicle ahead speeds up or moves into another lane, the system accelerates up to the pre-set speed.
The Quattroporte comes with a choice of three mighty engines: the 410 HP 3-litre Twin Turbo V6 and the 530 HP 3.8 litre Twin Turbo V8 petrol units. In addition there is a potent 3-litre V6 turbo diesel that produces a remarkable 275 HP.