Maserati Quattroporte Info
The Maserati Quattroporte stands apart from the crowd, entirely unique it offers its lucky driver the chance to get behind the wheel of a race inspired engine, but within the cabin of a luxury car. Bestowed with irresistible style, a soft as silk interior and an outward appearance of sporty athleticism, the Quattroporte opens up a new world of travel that perfectly suits the tastes and inclinations of an entrepreneurial connoisseur.
When you hire the Maserati Quattroporte, a long journey with many hours on the road will be in order, as this will provide the sufficient time necessary to really indulge in all lavish luxury that the Quattroporte has to offer. The interior is designed by none other than the leading fashion house of Ermenegildo Zegna who have used unique Italian silks in a dizzying array of colours and variations to beautifully fit the car’s contours, leaving no square inch untouched.
Other furnishing enhancements that have been incorporated into the passenger cabin include the use of top quality materials, a refined looking wood and leather steering wheel, a four zone climate control, heated rear seats, and a power rear sunblind. The exterior of the car is gifted with a touch of prestige regality by the chrome bumper inserts, body coloured side-skirts and black brake callipers that are each attached to all four of the high performance 20” Mercurio wheels.
Lighter and faster
While the focus in the design of the Quattroporte has clearly been on luxury, this has in no way come at a cost in driving dynamics. Carbon fibre fittings have been incorporated into the door mirrors, door handles and central pillars, while on the interior, the steering wheel, door sills and internal trim all comprise a carbon fiber make up. This considerable use of carbon fiber makes the car significantly lighter, more agile and nothing short of a pure pleasure to drive.
For the next time you travel and require a luxury rental car, be it in Rome, Florence or Siena, consider the Maserati Quattroporte rental.