While the general outline of the Quattroporte will remain unchanged, many of the styling bits get upgrades. These tweaks include updated bumpers with matte-black details, a more pointed front grille with new vertical chrome bars, matte-black mirrors and side skirts, and an electronic grille shutter that regulates engine temperature and reduces drag by up to 10 percent.
Maserati threw out the previous 7.0-inch touchscreen center console display for brand new 8.4-inch unit complemented by Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility, managed via rotary control. A package of drive-assist features comes optional.
The trim levels, Quattroporte S, S Q4, and GTS have been bestowed two new package choices called GranLusso and GranSport. On the two standard trims the 404hp 3.0L biturbo V6 remains, mated to an eight-speed auto with a RWD or AWD. Running on the GTS is still the 523hp 3.8L biturbo V8.
Likewise for the Quattroporte Diesel, engine output from the 3.0-litre V6 remains unchanged at 202kW of power and 600Nm of torque, but the top speed has upped from 250km/h to 252km/h.
In the range-topping GTS, the 3.8-litre twin-turbo V8 still produces 390kW of power and 710Nm of torque on overboost. The 0-100km/h time remains untouched at 4.7 seconds, but the top speed has risen to 310km/h.