Spyshots: 2013 Maserati Quattroporte Shows Its Interior for the First Time
However, with their all-new Quattroporte moves things on considerably, both in terms of design, and perceived quality. It now features a very large touch screen infotainment system (a must in its segment, nowadays), as well as visibly improved materials, and a much more modern-looking steering wheel than that of the old car, wrapped in fine leather.
What bothers us is that the automatic gearbox selector, placed on a central tunnel nicely finished in wood, still looks outdated and old-fashioned, and in an age when Jaguar has a motorized rising rotary knob to select gears, this is a real dinosaur. Sadly, the lighting conditions of the picture prevent us from seeing more details, but we hope to see more pictures of this car and its interior, soon.
Picture courtesy of carpassion.it