When talking about luxury saloons, Maserati is often left out of the conversation in favor of “usual suspects” such as the Mercedes S-Class, BMW 7 Series, Lexus LS and Porsche Panamera.
In Europe, the Quattroporte does a bit better than in the US in terms of sales, but generally speaking, people don’t seem to be all that interested in a luxury car that some say has a questionable exterior design.
That being said, it’s hard to call the Quattroporte a bad looking car, because it really isn’t and generally speaking, it should still turn a lot of heads, especially when sitting on a set of Metallic Gloss Silver CVT Vossen wheels.
The CVT-series wheels are extremely popular and it may just be because of their clean look and somewhat unconventional staggered directional one-piece design.Vossen say that the wheels should give off the impression of constant motion, which they do. They also compliment the Quattroporte quite well, especially since silver wheels work nicely with a gray exterior.
Looking at this car, you’ll realize that it’s the ‘S Q4’ version, which in the US would cost about $106,900.
It’s got a twin-turbo 3.0 liter V6 engine, good for 409 PS (404 HP) and 550 Nm (745 lb-ft). On paper, this means that the Quattroporte Q S4 would hit 100 km/h (62 mph) in 4.9 seconds and reach a top speed of 283 km/h (176 mph).
Of course, nowadays, people would rather spend 100k on a Tesla Model S P85D – and that’s perfectly understandable. However, you still get a more prestigious ride if you opt for the Maserati.