Maserati Quattroporte GTS

According to Maserati CEO Harald Wester the next Quattroporte flagship will have four-wheel drive and a stop-start system. He said the company is developing a platform that will be used for all the top-of-the-range vehicles of the Fiat-Chrysler alliance.

The vehicle is scheduled for 2012, will loose 15 percent of weight and will have an fuel consumption improvement of 25 percent. The Italian car maker will use more efficient downsized V6 and V8 engines and an eight-speed transmission to achieve these figures.

[Via AutoNews]

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