An unmistakable silhouette

An automobile of extreme beauty, the Maserati Quattroporte S Q4 possesses sleek and dynamic lines. The traditional Maserati grille, with its vertical slats, is a modern take on the GranTurismo’s front grille and those of other Maserati classics from the past. The eye is drawn over the imposing engine hood and new LED daytime-running lights, aesthetic details that reflect an elegant and forward-thinking design.


Exterior

The agile supersedan that blends style and power

An automobile of extreme beauty, the Maserati Quattroporte S Q4 possesses sleek and dynamic lines. The traditional Maserati grille, with its vertical slats, is a modern take on the GranTurismo’s front grille and those of other Maserati classics from the past. The eye is drawn over the imposing engine hood and new LED daytime-running lights, aesthetic details that reflect an elegant and forward-thinking design.


Maserati’s tradition of luxury and performance

From the three distinctive air vents set behind the front wheels, the sinuous lines of the Maserati Quattroporte S Q4 sweep along the flanks, describing a dynamic profile. The three large windows and frameless doors, together with the triangular C-pillar, echo a contemporary yet classic Maserati style. These features combine to give the car the look of a sleek coupe, with a long, elegant wheelbase that promises a comfortable ride and spacious interior.

All-new rear lights

The wraparound sidelights frame the LED rear tail lights and integrate perfectly with the bumper, while a chrome central trim mirrors the shape of the grille to create a harmonious design, front and rear. The rear spoiler, discreetly integrated with the trunklid, generates downforce while maintaining the sophisticated look of a luxury sedan.


THE SECRET IS IN THE DETAILS

 Some features make the Maserati Quattroporte S Q4 instantly recognizable: the twin oval tailpipes catch the eye while 19-inch Tritone rims—fitted as standard and echoing the Maserati badge—are immediately recognizable for their strong design and inimitable style.

Interior

Design that is the essence of refinement

Passengers in the Maserati Quattroporte S Q4 can relax in an interior finished in luxurious Italian Poltrona Frau® leathers, prestigious wood trim and fine stitching that are all crafted using traditional techniques. The dashboard is arranged in three horizontal bands with the broad center console, tunnel and other door elements finished in unique, open-pore Radica wood trim as standard.


Understated controls, exquisite materials and finish

The comprehensive onboard controls of the Quattroporte S Q4 are intuitive, yet do not dominate the driver or passengers’ personal space. Situated in the center of the dashboard is the 8.4-inch touchscreen of the Maserati Touch Control system. This portal allows the car’s many onboard features to be managed while the vehicle’s dynamic handling can be controlled by the buttons grouped on the central tunnel, to the side of the gear lever.


The ergonomic steering wheel teamed with clear instruments

Sitting behind the wheel, the driver has the feeling of being in complete control. The three-spoked ergonomic steering wheel, finished in leather, frames a striking instrument display. The speedometer and rev counter are backlit in white and separated by an estimated 6-inch display on which information is relayed, including data on the innovate Q4 system’s torque split between the front and rear axles.


The spacious rear seat accommodates three passengers

The Maserati Quattroporte S Q4 is an exciting car to drive, while offering a delightful ride for up to four passengers. During development, considerable time and attention was paid to interior spaciousness, and passengers seated in the rear will enjoy legroom that is among the best of any sedan in its class. The bench configuration of the standard rear seat accommodates three adults in comfort. Optionally, two individual seats may be specified. Ideal for long journeys, these luxurious seats are divided by a central console from which occupants can control a number of features.


COMFORTABLE, BODY-HUGGING SEATS

The front seats, upholstered in supple Poltrona Frau® leather, offer supreme comfort and ergonomic design. They provide occupants with a luxurious ride while also providing excellent support on winding roads. The center section of the seat and back panel feature vertical stitching details that enhance the interior’s elegant design. 


    Technology

    Driven by innovation

    Innovative, lightweight and versatile, the 3-liter, twin-turbocharged V6 that powers the Quattroporte S Q4 develops 404 HP at 5500 rpm. In Sport mode, peak torque of 406 ft-lb is reached at just 1750 rpm. The impressive torque figure of 136 ft-lb per liter means that power is delivered smoothly and decisively, making a car that is rewarding to drive and that reacts to every input of the driver.


    Top-drawer performance

    The V6 of the Quattroporte S Q4 remains true to the tradition of high-performance Maserati engines and shares many mechanical parts with the V8 unit fitted to the Quattroporte GTS. The bore values of the two engines are identical, as is the valve-control technology and the direct injection system. These refined solutions push the car from zero-to-60 mph in just 4.8 seconds (zero-to-100 km/h in 4.9 seconds) and a top speed of 176 mph (283 km/h).

     

    All-wheel drive and sports handling

    Compact, light and efficient: these are the characteristics of the sophisticated Q4 all-wheel drive system of the Quattroporte S Q4. Ensuring driving sensations typical of a rear-wheel vehicle, even in low-grip conditions, the setup is intelligently managed and continually varies the torque between all four wheels by analyzing a series of parameters related to the driving style and road conditions.


    The Q4 system delivers drive to the front wheels instantly

    In normal conditions, the Q4 system routes 100% of the drive to the rear wheels but, when grip levels drop, or when there is no rear-end grip, the required power is transferred instantly to the front wheels and continues to be delivered until the drive is balanced between the axles. The setup results in extremely sporty handling and peerless traction along with elevated safety levels.

    New, high-performance 8-speed automatic transmission

    The impressive torque of the V6 engine that powers the Maserati Quattroporte S Q4 is delivered through an all-new, 8-speed ZF automatic transmission. Assisted by auto-adaptive software able to recognize a driver’s style, as well as road conditions, the system modifies gear changes accordingly. The new transmission is lighter and more efficient than its predecessor and boasts five working modes: Auto Normal, Auto Sport, Manual Normal, Manual Sport and I.C.E. (Increased Control & Efficiency).


    Pure driving pleasure

    Size and agility turn out to be compatible: despite having the longest wheelbase in its class—resulting in unmatched interior spaciousness and comfort—the Maserati Quattroporte S Q4 does not compromise on handling. Driving the car is like being in a much smaller vehicle, a sensation made possible by the optimal front/rear weight distribution and a sophisticated suspension system that makes the Quattroporte S Q4 a Maserati in the truest grand touring tradition.

    Craftsmanship

    Standing out in style

    Attention to details is ingraned in our heritage, an obsession of Maserati builders. The wide choice of interior finishes can be combined with a range of body colors and four wheel rim designs.Standard in black,brake calipers can be optionally specified in red, blue or silver.


    Track-derived carbon fiber, gearshift paddles and sports pedals

    For drivers seeking an even more dynamic look, the dashboard’s wide middle band, the central console and the door inserts are available in glossy carbon fiber, on request. Optionally, the sporty look can be completed with aluminium gearshift paddles, set on the steering column behind the wheel, and by a brushed steel and rubber finish to the pedals.

     

    Wood finishes in the finest Italian motoring tradition

    One of the distinctive features of the Maserati Quattroporte S Q4 is the central band of the dashboard extending the entire width of the cabin, which imparts an exclusive atmosphere to the luxurious interior. Refined open-pore Radica trim is fitted as standard, and can be substituted with Tanganika, Ebano, or Erable, a maple wood featuring an intricate burl texture and glossy finish. A polished carbon-fiber look is also available for those preferring a sporty performance touch.


    Poltrona Frau® luxury Italian leather and supple Alcantara®

    The sumptuous Poltrona Frau® leather that adorns the seats, dashboard, door panels and central console is available in four colors. Two other hues are an option if clients specify a two-tone interior. An even higher grade of leather is optionally available, as is Alcantara®, for the central seat sections. There is also a selection of five colors for the steering wheel.

    Tech Specs


    DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS
    Length 207.2 in (5,262 mm)
    Width (with side mirrors) 82.7 in (2,100 mm)
    Width (without side mirrors) 76.7 in (1,948 mm)
    Height 58.3 in (1,481 mm)
    Wheelbase 124.8 in (3,171 mm)
    Front track 64.3 in (1,634 mm)
    Rear track 64.8 in (1,647 mm)
    Front overhang 38.1 in (968 mm)
    Rear overhang 44.2 in (1,123 mm)
    Turning circle 38.7 ft (11.8 m)
    Boot capacity 18.7 cu ft (530 L)
    Fuel tank capacity 21.1 gal (80 L)
    Curb weight 4,610 lb (2,091 kg)
    TIRES*
    Front 245 / 45 R19
    Rear 275 / 40 R19
    ENGINE
    Number of cylinders and layout V6 60° - Automatic 8 gears
    Displacement 183 cu in (3.0 L)
    Bore 3.4 in (86.5 mm)
    Stroke 3.2 in (80.8 mm)
    Compression ratio 9.5:1
    Max. power output 404 HP / 301 kW (410 CV)
    Engine speed at max. power output 5,500 rpm
    Peak torque 406 ft-lb / 550 Nm (in overboost)
    Engine speed at peak torque 1,750 - 5,000 rpm (in overboost)
    PERFORMANCE
    S Q4
    Top speed 176 mph (283 km/h)
    Acceleration from 0 to 60 mph 4.8 sec (0 to 100 Km/h; 4.9 sec)
    Fuel consumption combined (city/highway) 18 mpg

    Safety

    State of the art safety & technology

    The body frame of the new Quattroporte, constructed around a rigid steel safety cell, is made largely from alluminum, whilst special stiffening cross members ensure outstanding torsional rigidity. The Quattroporte also features a range of active safety systems including the Maserati stability system which is an advanced electronic control system.


    The very highest levels of passive safety

    The Maserati Quattroporte is equipped with six airbags. Two front airbags, both dual-stage, protect the driver and front passenger in the event of collision, whilst their chests and hips are further protected by two side airbags located in the front seats. There are also two window airbags fitted in the roof next to the central pillar that protect the heads of the front and rear passengers if the car is struck from the side. The seatbelts, both front and rear, are fitted with electronically controlled pyrotechnic pretensioners and the latest generation load limiters. The system communicates with a sensor to determine the seriousness of a collision, and then instantly reels in the optimum amount of belt so that the body is effectively restrained. If the car is hit from behind, the active headrests of the two front seats automatically move closer to the passenger’s head to reduce the risk of whiplash injury.