Maserati has been working on revisions for every model in its lineup, and has shown some of them to us already. The Frankfurt Motor Show represents the first time they’ve all appeared under the same roof – with a couple of small additions, too.
The Trident marque’s show stand includes the revised GranTurismo, the facelifted Ghibli introduced in Chengdu last month, and some updates to the Quattroporte and Levante as well.
A new electric power steering system replaces the hydraulic unit not only on the Ghibli but also on the Quattroporte and Levante for the 2018 model year. All three of the family-oriented models now available in GranLusso and GranSport trims, while both sedans feature adaptive LED headlights.
The Quattroporte S and S Q4 also benefit from the enhanced engine introduced on the same-spec Ghiblis, the 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 kicking out an extra 20 horsepower for a solid 430hp. Expect that same revised engine to make its way into Levante in due course as well.
Alongside the fresh sheetmetal, Maserati also revealed new watches from Bulgari and fashion collection by Ermenegildo Zegna as well as new financial services from the FCA Bank.