It’s been nearly four years since Maserati rolled out the complete remake of its big Quattroporte sedan, so it’s time for the requisite, mid-cycle refresh.
Set to roll into showrooms this month, the 2017 Maserati Quattroporte goes through a number of tweaks, including updates to its exterior and interior. There are a number of new safety, mileage and infotainment technologies – such as Emergency Auto Braking, grille shutters and Apple CarPlay. And there are now two new trim levels.
The current-generation Quattroporte has been one of Maserati’s most successful models ever, only outsold by the smaller, more affordable Ghibli. The maker says it has delivered over 24,000 of the larger sedans since its 2013 launch, with buyers in 72 different countries.