About Maserati Quattroporte
In Italian, its name translates to "four doors," but the Maserati Quattroporte is more than just a sum of its parts. When the Quattroporte V came out in 2004, it brought a new design motif to the brand. It shares the same engine as three other Maserati cars: the Coupe, Spyder, and GranTurismo. There are four configurations of the Quattroporte V. While the two Sport GT versions got the same 20-inch Maserati Quattroporte wheels, the Executive GT trim has 19-inch polished wheels. In 2013, the Quattroporte VI became available, sharing its styling and quite a number of parts with the Maserati Ghibli and Levante SUV. Although the new Quattroporte uses a smaller capacity V8 engine than its predecessor, this Ferrari-built engine is a turbocharged beast that delivers 90 more horsepower than the most powerful trim of the Maserati Quattroporte V. You can find this Italian car, as well as a wide selection of Maserati Quattroporte parts offered by a number of trusted sellers on eBay.