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MASERATI Quattroporte Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 9
First production year: 1963
Engines: Gasoline, Diesel
 

2020 - Present

In August 2020, Maserati presented its new Trofeo (Trophy) lineup for the Ghibli, the Quattroporte, and the Levante. All three of them shared the same Ferrari twin-turbo V8 engine. Maserati was in constant evolution in 2020, despite the hard times caused by the world pandemic situation. It launched new models, such as the MC20 supercar, and a more powerful version for its four-door models. Th...

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gasoline engines:

  MASERATI Quattroporte Trofeo 3.8L V8 8AT (580 HP)

2016 - Present

The sixth generation of the Maserati Quattroporte was introduced in 2013. Three years later, the four-door executive sedan received a major upgrade. Maserati is not just another brand. It is the four-door version of a Ferrari and that is backed up by its Ferrari engines and the emotional design. The first generation of the Quattroporte (four-door) was introduced in 1963 and evolved ever since...

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diesel engines:

  MASERATI Quattroporte VI 3.0L V6 8AT (250 HP)

  MASERATI Quattroporte VI 3.0L V6 8AT (275 HP)

gasoline engines:

  MASERATI Quattroporte VI 3.0L V6 8AT (350 HP)

  MASERATI Quattroporte VI 3.0L V6 8AT (430 HP)

  MASERATI Quattroporte VI 3.0L V6 8AT AWD (430 HP)

  MASERATI Quattroporte VI 3.8L V8 8AT (530 HP)

2013 - 2016

When it comes to luxury and fine tastes, it was hard to beat the Italians, and that was obvious on the sixth generation of Maserati's flagship, the Quattroporte. The Quattroporte was always a sporty sedan, regardless of the engine under the hood. The sixth-generation couldn't be different than its predecessors, and it wasn't. In fact, it was even better than them adding more po...

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2008 - 2012

The fifth generation of the Maserati Quattroporte was unveiled in 2003 at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Five years later, at the 2008 Geneva Motor Show, was launched the facelift version. The Quattroporte S was revealed and offered more luxury and revised exterior features. It was a true Grand Turismo vehicle, but with four doors. But being built by Maserati, it was a normal step and it was comfo...

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2003 - 2012

The fifth generation of the Maserati Quattroporte was unveiled in 2003 at the Frankfurt Motor Show. It was a two-year gap after the last, fourth generation, Quattroporte rolled out from the factory. The wait worth it. The new sport-executive car was not only faster, but it looked way better. Its predecessor was designed in the '90s and it was outdated. The 2003 Quattroporte had the four-...

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1994 - 2000

Maserati introduced a successor for the Quattroporte after four years since the last of the third-generation model rolled out from the assembly lines. Alejandro de Tomaso sold his stakes in Maserati to Fiat, and the Italian company decided to continue the Quattroporte and offered it as a premium sports sedan. It was, more or less, a stretched, four-door version of the Maserati Biturbo. Fia...

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1976 - 1990

The third generation of the Maserati Quattroporte was released under the new management of Alejandro de Tomaso and it was developed since 1976 and the production began in 1979. Known as the Maserati Tipo AM330, the 1979 Quattroporte returned to the rear-wheel-drive system. The design was made by Giorgetto Giugiaro, who draw the car with very strong stylistic lines. The Quattroporte was used s...

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1974 - 1978

It was the only front-wheel-drive Maserati Quattroporte, and Citroen forced the Italian carmaker to make it, and the result was a financial disaster. When Citroen owned the Italian brand, it considered that it should re-introduce the Quattroporte in the lineup. Maserati no longer produced the first generation of the four-door luxury car since 1969, and its customers were eager to get a new mo...

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1963 - 1969

The first generation of the Maserati Quattroporte was introduced in 1963 at the Turin Motor Show. It was the backbone of Italian car-manufacturer in the early '60s. When it was introduced to the market, it became the car for every Italian success entrepreneur. It was large, reliable, and comfortable with seating for four adult people inside. The big V8 engine offered a better specific po...

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