Maserati Quattroporte GTS - It is the flagship for Maserati. With a V8 twin-turbo 3.8-liter with 530 hp making it the fastest Maserati ever built and powerful. It's an ambitious effort attractive but has too many flaws to classify it among the best in the world. This is a true sports car ambitions of a company with such ambitious designs as its global sales growth. It's big. Huge frankly. Those who have followed the Maserati Quattroporte GTS model range in the last two years may be quite surprised at how large the Quattroporte has become. For motorists this line we recommend that you ask for original spare parts through a parts store online because it is convenient and fairly inexpensive.
Based Maserati aluminum and built in a factory formerly owned by Bertone in Turin the Quattroporte has all independent suspension and an automatic transmission ZF eight-speed rear wheel. The Quattroporte comes with adaptive damping "Skyhook" alloy wheels 20-inch series just as section 285 tires in the rear and brake discs measuring 380 mm iron front and electromechanical power steering fuel savings.
It looks great. The exterior design of the Quattroporte is visual blend of elegance and refinement enough to easily distinguish the car from the German premium efficiency most common options. Inside there is room to stretch in both rows (something the old Quattroporte never offered). Quality levels of materials are far from poor but compared to some of the best halls in the world are disappointing. The leather is rich and nice large and comfortable seating and equipment levels are good. Just do not have the same attention to detail found in the Mercedes S class even a 7 series BMW. The table looks simple and feels ordinary.
Such things perhaps may be overlooked in a more dynamic sports saloon with talent. The Quattroporte has its charms to drive no doubt. It's not just big on performance but also on grip and chassis balance. The Quattroporte is still an attractive alternative to a saloon full performance but not well enough executed or to present a serious challenge to the Porsche Panamera Turbo or a Jaguar XJR.
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