In 1963, Maserati challenged the status quo by putting a racing engine into an executive luxury sedan which would eventually become its flagship sedan, the Quattroporte. 50 years later, the Maserati Quattroporte (Quattroporte translating to "four door" in Italian) is the grand-touring sedan of the future.
With impressive size at well over 5 meters, the Quattroporte offers ample interior room and legroom. Even at this size, it still boasts a dynamic and balanced appearance. The traditional and historic three air vents are featuredalong the sides of the car and frameless doors provide the appearance that the Quattroporte is a sleek coupe.
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