Italian renowned luxury carmaker Maserati is rolling out an update to 2017 Quattroporte on both of its interior and exterior. It is expected that the new update will be headed to the European shores in June 2016 and will replace its current six generation model, which was first launched in 2014.
Keeping in mind its valuable customer demands, Maserati offers two new trim options namely GranLusso and GranSport. Furthermore, both new variants are available as an upgrade for all V6 integrated powertrain versions. However, a top ranging twin turbo V8 is also on the brochure that may be packed with either the GranLusso or GranSport as a standard attachment.
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Following the details, the facelifted Quattroporte comes with a new bumper design with a matte black profile at the front as well as rear bumper has also been revised with matte black extractor. Besides, a more sharpened and eye-catching front grille together with new vertical chrome elements is also there. Over to side profile, it comes attached with matte black skirts and mirrors. With more bold and aggressive look, the car will run on a set of 21-inch alloy wheels.
Inside the cabin, you will be amazed by a new dash that consists of an infotainment system with an 8.4-inch display having a multi-touch function that also fits with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. You will also get to see a revamped centre console with a rotary switch knob for function control.
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Under the hood, the Quattroporte will be offered with the same engine options. Where the top-end GTS will be powered by a 3.8-litre, 8 cylinder in V line-up and generates a maximum power of 530 Bhp, while another motor option is also there to make run the base model with a power of 410 Bhp that comes from a 3-litre twin turbo V6 and 3-litre V6 turbodiesel engine. A ZF 8-speed automatic gearbox and an electronically-controlled suspension are mated to all the versions.
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