Maserati presented a facelift of the Quattroporte that was presented in 2012. The luxury Italian car gets new bumpers, matte black details, new wheels and new electrically adjustable grille, which opens and closes depending on the air that the engine needs. The adjustable grille, together with the new shape of the bumpers and the new floor, reduces the aerodynamic drag by 10%.
Its interior features an 8.4 inch touch screen, a newly designed center console, with the infotainment system to support Android Auto and Apple Carplay. The car is also equipped with a new air quality sensor, which prevents unpleasant odors from getting in it.
The new Quattroporte is available in the GranLusso and GranSport version, with the first focusing on the comfort and the second on the sporty look. Mechanically, there is no change and the Quattroporte, continues to be offered with the same petrol and diesel engines, a V8 twin-turbo producing 530 hp, a 3 liter V6 producing 350 hp and 410 hp and a 3 liter diesel V6 producing 275 hp.