With the original Quattroporte in 1963, Maserati invented the concept of the luxury sports sedan and the new Quattroporte continues to be the benchmark for high quality engineering, supercar performance and limousine comfort.
In 2013 Maserati launched the all-new Maserati Quattroporte with its models Maserati Quattroporte GTS. The sixth-generation model deliver a leap forward that not only sets the high-technology tone for Maserati’s upcoming new-model onslaught, but also remains faithful to Maserati’s long history.
The flagship of the Maserati product range is larger, lighter, more luxurious and more practical than the globally acclaimed car it replaces.
The powerful engine and the large cabin are at the core of the Quattroporte’s design, dominated by a long, powerful nose and a concave Trident grille and providing a clear link to both the outgoing Quattroporte and the GranTurismo.
Even with all of its new technology, the new Quattroporte remains true to Maserati’s roots. The Quattroporte GTS is powered by state-of-the-art high performance engines. The direct-injection engine family will boast a 3.8-litre V8 on the Quattroporte GTS, they are all new, twin turbo charged, developed by Maserati Powertrain in partnership with Ferrari Powertrain and built by Ferrari in its world-leading engine construction facility in Maranello.
The Quattroporte GTS engine provides Maserati’s new performance benchmark, reaching 100km/h in just 4.7 seconds and achieving a 307km/h top speed. It is 20km/h faster and has up to 200 Nm more torque than its predecessor Quattroporte Sport GT S. Both, the Quattroporte GTS has rear-wheel drive configuration.