Wednesday, 19 November 2014


Italian manufacturer's most noteworthy Trident model to be displayed in LA next week  the revised Quattroporte, the S Q4 and GTS trims of which are treated to some enhancements for the 2015 model year. The top-spec Quattroporte GTS in particular "benefits from a sportier and aggressive appearance," highlighted by color-matched lower bodywork, an updated emblem, red accents on the wheels and upgraded equipment inside, including red leather upholstery, contrast stitching, piano black trim and integrated wifi.
For 2015, the smaller Ghibli sedan also gets standard navigation and Bluetooth connectivity, as well as a new finish for the brake calipers. Maserati will also showcase the GranTurismo MC Centennial Editions, as well as the Alfieri concept originally unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show (new images of which we've included below). Finally, the Petersen Automotive Museum is also collaborating with the Italian automaker to display an array of historic Maseratis in the West Hall lobby of the Los Angeles Convention Center. 
Maserati has always been famed for its innovative engine design: in this respect the new 3.8 litre twin turbo V8 installed on the Quattroporte sets new standards, with a long list of sophisticated solutions that make this the most high-tech propulsion unit ever installed on a Maserati car. With its 530 HP, it takes the Quattroporte past the 300 km/h threshold with ease.
Specifications :
Base price :$1,40,500                                              Base price : $102,500
Max Power : 523 bhp                                               Max Power : 404 bhp
Displacement:  3799 cc                                             Displacement:2979 cc
Engine Type: V8                                                      Engine Type: V6
0 to 60 Kmph : 4.7sec                                                0 to 60 Kmph : 4.9 sec 
Top speed : 407 Km/h                                            Top speed : 284 Km/h