The updates to the Quattroporte are designed to make it more competitive against the Audi A8 L, Jaguar XJL and Mercedes-Benz S-Class.
The restyled Quattroporte features new bumpers with matte black accents. Other exterior cues include matte black side skirts and exterior mirrors.
As their names suggest, the GranLusso is about luxury for buyers wanting a classier alternative to the Jaguar XJ or Porsche Panamera, as such. While the interior sees wood panels, the exterior is accentuated with 20-inch wheels.
GranSport, meanwhile, focuses on raciness which should appeal to punters appreciating the brand’s sporty attributes and heritage. That’s why the cabin gets the red/black combination and bigger 21-inch alloys and brake calipers painted in red.
The interior also features a redesigned center console, and unlike other iterations of Uconnect, there’s a rotary knob here that controls volumes and other functions. There’s also a new driver-assistance suite, featuring adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, forward collision warning and autonomous emergency braking. A surround-view camera is available too.