auto show in January to unveil the 2013 Quattroporte luxury sedan. Seen here, the new Quattroporte is part of Maserati’s ambitious business plan to boost annual sales to 50,000 units by 2015.
As our previous spy photos had shown, the new Maserati Quattroporte looks a lot like the old Quattroporte, although it now bears a passing resemblance to the brand’s GranTurismo coupe and cabriolet models. The car keeps its wide-mouthed grille with trident emblem and aggressive front air intakes, yet adds details like a new character line that flows along the length of the car, and more prominent creases and strakes for the hood. The Quattroporte’s triangular C-pillar, rounded trunklid, and chrome exhaust tips remain, too. New narrower, rounder taillights recall those of the Audi A8.