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Maserati Quattroporte
At 207 inches, the new flagship is 6 inches longer than the previous Quattroporte and 11 inches longer than the Ghibli. The range-topping, rear-wheel-drive GTS has a 523-hp, 3.8-liter V-8 engine. The Quattroporte S Q4 offers a new 404-hp, 3.0-liter V-6 engine coupled with all-wheel drive. All Quattroporte models have twin turbo engines with direct injection designed by Maserati and built by Ferrari, coupled with ZF Friedrichshafen’s eight-speed automatic transmission. Maserati aims for about 10,000 annual global sales of the redesigned Quattroporte, nearly twice the previous version’s 5,088-unit peak in 2007.
 
Segment: ExoticPowertrain: Conventional (gasoline)
Release Year: 2013New Product Category: Redesign
Drive: RWD