The 2014 Maserati Quattroporte GTS is much more family car when compared to the GranTurismo, but it is packing in the performance and interior quality arenas. While the exterior is a bit drab because it is mostly unchanged, it is certainly luxurious and fits in nicely with the lineup.
The 2014 Maserati Quattroporte GTS is speeding toward a successful future.
The 2014 Maserati Quattroporte GTS at a glance:
- This model is packing a twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter V8 engine kicking out 530 horses.
- The 0-60 mile per hour sprint is achieved in 4.7 seconds with a top speed of around 190 miles per hour.
- The 2014 Quattroporte is both lighter and more powerful than its predecessor.
- Buyers will shell out over $300,000 to own this model with all the trimmings.
For 2014, Maserati describes the cabin of the Quattroporte as an exclusive lounge. With the focus on performance and elegance, it is laden with Poltrona Frau leather, fine wood and stitching that seamlessly flows along the seating and dash. Notice the superior quality of the wooden center console area. Brushed aluminum frames the Maserati Touch Control and other areas. Creature comforts are abundant in this model, with a sunroof, sunshades, dual-zone climate controls, satellite navigation, a convenient 8.4-inch touch screen and much more.
As is expected with high-end automobiles, much of the 2014 Maserati Quattroporte GTS can be customized. Buyers can display their sporty side by adding carbon fiber trim to the central band of the dash, central tunnel and other trim sections. Other special additions include brushed steel sports pedals and footrest with rubber inserts with the Maserati logo.
Overall, the 2014 Quattroporte is polished performance with upgrades over the previous year to maintain a competitive advantage. Sales for this model are expected to soar.