Maserati gives the Quattroporte a new, sharper suit

Over 24,000 Maserati Quattroportes have been delivered since the latest-generation model’s introduction in 2013, but we wonder just how many of those customers wished it was that little bit prettier? Now the Trident marque has revealed a restyled version, which it hopes will win more people over…

Is it enough?

In comparison to Maseratis of yore, we thought the design of the latest generation Quattroporte was just a touch too conservative... and the same could be same of the smaller Ghibli, too. This restyled version boasts a host of small aesthetic tweaks that, though don’t make a dramatic change, do subtly improve the car’s overall look. Furthermore, aerodynamic drag is said to be improved by 10%, so there’s clearly method to the changes. The interior’s also been tweaked with ergonomics in mind, predominantly with the addition of a new 8.4-inch touch-screen infotainment system. Two new trim levels have been defined – ‘GranLusso’ and ‘GranSport’ – which, as their names suggest, divide comfort and sporting purpose. So, has Maserati done enough to convince you? 

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You can find exampes of every generation of Maserati Quattroporte listed for sale in the Classic Driver Market.