The new Quattroporte is growing in size slightly compared to its predecessor, to make room in the lineup for a smaller car, called the Levante. From the photos, we see that the new style is not a radical departure from the old, with the largest difference appearing to be a set of slender headlights that give the nose some new looks. Quad tailpipes are fitted on the rear, and larger front air vents appear on the bumper.
Ferrari will build both engines for the car, either a bi-turbo V6 capable of 420 hp, or a naturally aspirated V8 that puts out around 520 hp. The V6 engine option combined with the reduction in size should help the Quattroporte achieve improved fuel economy numbers as well.