The all new Maserati Quattroporte make its world debut at January’s Detroit auto show. The car evolution is now a proven formula in luxury cars with prestigious badges. The new Quattroporte look good ant the trademark grille has been maintained and the lights on both the front and rear ends and C-pillar design look a little like those on the GranCoupe.
The car looking sports saloon aimed at converting owners of the Mercedes Benz S-class and Jaguar XJ. The cabin looks bigger in length and that 2+2 seating interior clearly shows that Maserati is hungry for market share in Asia among chauffer-driven owners. The fascia looks remarkably classy and simple which should be a delight for those finding Germany luxury indulging in too much of a techno feast. There’s also digital monitors behind the front seats for latest technology.
Maserati will be supplying a V8 with some 530hp with six speed torque convertor automatic from ZF. It also will be updated with eight speed to cope with their rivals such as BMW 7-series, Lexus LS and Audi A8. There’s also rumor that there’ll be the Levante derivative aimed at the X5 and Cayenne. The car also expected to use V6 turbo power for entry-level version.
Maserati also plan of boosting global annual sales to 50,000 units by 2015 and targetting US and Asia market. -source