The Quattroporte has a fancy wrapper and a fancy name, but under the skin, it's a rather conventional (and comfortable) luxury sedan.
Maserati. Quattroporte. The words roll off the tongue in that unique way that Italian words do, where you almost sing them instead of speaking them. There's something about the Italian language and cars that inspires a feeling of exoticness, and the Quattroporte does its best to play into that, from its expressive exterior styling to the brash, red leather interior that I found waiting for me inside.
But dig a little bit past the Quattroporte's surface and you'll find that it's not really exotic at all, but rather a conventional luxury touring sedan with old-school sensibilities.
What's New for 2018
This generation of the Quattroporte has been around since 2013... Read More