2014 Maserati Quattroporte to Start at €110,000
However, recent speculations about the car appears to be true, and the model which they are pinning their revival on will indeed be powered by a turbocharged V6 producing 410 PS, like the rumors stated. Auto Motor und Sport states that the “netto” price for the Quattroporte before taxes are added will be €93,000. In Germany, that would translate into a base price of €110,000 including their 19% tax, though this differs from country to country. Speculating what it will cost in the US is pretty much useless, but it would be safe to say that over just over $100,000 would be a decent ballpark figure.
The publication rightfully points out that some quite interesting rivals are cheaper, like the 420PS Audi S7, the 400 PS Porsche Panamera S and the Mercedes CLS 500. The CLS 63 AMG is only slightly more expensive. Let’s hope the Quattroporte is amazingly well equipped.
For the more powerful 530 PS V8 engine, the Germans should pay something like €146,000 including tax.