Maserati Quattroporte has enjoyed great success worldwide for the brand in the last three and a half years. Presently, the new Quattroporte’s design has undergone a radical overhaul but it still manages to stay true to its unmistakable Maserati heritage.
The revamped Maserati Quattroporte is set to enter the market in June 2016, and it remains to be a faithful representative of the long line of Italian sporting saloons. For this reason, it is being touted to continue the commercial success of the line that began back in 2013. To date, the original has sold 24,000 units in 72 countries.
GranLusso and GranSport -- two new premium worlds
Maserati has always successfully combined luxury and sportiness through race-bred engineering ever since they started as a company.
However, the introduction of the new and redesigned flagship Quattroporte line represents the first implementation of Maserati’s new range strategy. This aims to satisfy the stringent requirements of their clientele by offering two trim options, each embodying one of the two particular elements the brand is known for. These options are the GranLusso and GranSport.
Each trim is easily differentiated from the other and either one can be selected by customers for all Quattroporte V6 powertrain versions, namely the Quattroporte Diesel, Quattroporte, Quattroporte S and Quattroporte S Q4. Prices for both trims will be very similar throughout the range.
Quattroporte GTS is the top of the line model and it is exclusively powered by a twin-turbo V8 when either the GranSport or GranLusso trims are selected.
The two trims were developed in order to answer their customers’ desire for an executive saloon that reflects their distinguished taste and class. The GranLusso and GranSport are differentiated with regards to the interior and exterior features.