These are the first two pictures of the new upcoming 2013 Maserati Quattroporte. The pictures follow initial spyshots, which were revealed a few months ago.

The Italian company already stated its intention to update its lineup with a brand new Quattroporte expected to be launched in time for the 2014 model year, but now we also know how it will look like.

Maserati is thought to be developing a new rear-wheel drive platform. The new platform will make extensive use of lightweight aluminum and be capable of implementing a hybrid system. The all-wheel-drive system from the Ferrari FF is also being considered. The new Quattroporte is expected to keep its Ferrari-derived V8 and wonderful soundtrack.

Feel free to share your opinion about the new Quattroporte.

Update: The renders were also used in the following Italian car magazine Quattroroute. We do not know which magazine, nor do we know the origine of the pictures, but it seems they are only renders. We added both scans from the magazine to our gallery.

14 COMMENTS

  1. Yeah… That’s pretty bad. Maserati has been dropping the ball. First that hideous SUV and now this… the GT is their only pretty car now :(

  2. Looks quite small – couldn´t it be the planned smaller Maserati Sedan that is supposed to compete with BMW 550i/Audi S6 ?

  3. Looks like a chinese limo, there is no this sexy-italian style like in his predecessor. Kubang was hideous and I think it represents the road that Maserati shouldn’t take;d

  4. Don’t hope that it’s going to be like that….
    The back looks like Audi and the exhausts from AMG
    I prefer the actual Quattroporte ;)

  5. looks too feminine for the maserati flagship sedan. I sure hope this is not what it comes out to. I guess we’ll see on March 6 in the Geneva autoshow

  6. PLS DONT DO THAT TO QUATROPORTE…I’D RATHER BUY A HUYANDAI…EVEN A HUYUNDAI IS MUCH NICER THAN THIS
    THIS CAR LOOKS LIKE A KOREAN CAR…

  7. Maserati, You pay two third’s more and they didn’t keep up with
    competition.Also there electric systems are very problematic.

  8. I have GT’d a Porsche 928 for 20+ years – a pleasure at high speed touring. I’ve driven competitors, really wanted a BMW M5, but the Big Mas Quattroporte is closest to my aging Porsche in high speed roadability and comfort for a 70+ year old like me.

    The Panamera, based on the 928, looks like it was designed by CPSI (cheap piece of shit industries) in comparison. I’m sticking with the Quattroporte for my final road car. See you in my rear view mirror.

    And always lean forward…

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