The covers have come off the 2016 Maserati Quattroporte, heralding a mild exterior update but with a more comprehensive rework of interior and safety systems.
The restyle sees a new front bumper with revised intakes joined by a more chiselled grille with strong vertical bars, behind which active grille-shutters operate to maximise cooling and aerodynamic efficiency.
Changes can be seen inside the cabin too. The new Quattroporte now houses a redesigned 8.4-inch larger than before touchscreen along with a slick climate control unit underneath. Staying true to its customisation, one can also get a unique Ermenegildo Zenga edition with silk trims on the doors, seats, as well as visors and headliner. A new air quality sensor has also been added to prevent unwanted odour from seeping inside the cabin. The list of new features include an optional driver assistance package, optional surround view camera, adaptive cruise control, automated emergency braking and a host of other safety features.
There’s also an intelligent pollution filtering system that adjusts to reduce the amount of harmful emissions that enter the cabin.
The 2016 Quattroporte is on sale now priced from £70,510 in entry diesel spec, while the range-topping V8 in GranSport GTS spec starts at £115,980.