After being teased by numerous sets of spy photos, Maserati has finally released official images of the 2013 Quattroporte, which will make its debut at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show.
Italian car producer is owned by Fiat, and produces high end luxury cars with high price tags. Maserati also has a rich racing heritage. Models to watch: Quattroporte
Our latest spy photos of the Maserati Quattroporte give us the clearest look at the car yet, shedding it’s heavy cladding in favor of a camo paint job that reveals most of the car’s design.
Maserati has issued a recall on roughly 485 units that affects Quattroporte and GranTurismo models, citing issues with the tire pressure monitoring system.
Maserati quietly debuted its GranCabrio MC during the Paris Motor Show to complete it’s open-top range.
Maserati is letting a few more details out of the bag in regards to its upcoming sedan and the brand’s first SUV.
It’s been well documented that when the Maserati SUV finally hits production form, it would no longer be called the Kubang. But confirmation from Maserati’s director of product planning has reconfirmed that the Kubang is simply applied only to the SUV’s concept.
At the last Paris Motor Show two years ago, Maserati debuted its GranTurismo MC Stradale sporting a 4.7-liter V8 with 450 hp and 376 lb-ft of torque. Now two years later at the 2012 Paris Motor Show, the Italian automaker will unveil its GranCabrio MC Stradale.
At this year’s Paris Motor Show, Maserati is set to bring a new sports car “that opens up new frontiers in terms of exclusiveness, performance and style,” according to the Italian automaker.
Smaller than the Quattroporte, Maserati is gearing up to introduce a sew sports sedan into its lineup, likely called ‘Levante,’ that is meant to compete with the BMW 5-series, Audi A6 and Mercedes E-class, and our spy photographers managed to snap some pictures of a test mule on the road.
Maserati announced its new smartphone app geared at brand enthusiasts today that functions as a multimedia product catalog and social media tool.
The next generation Maserati Quattroporte has been spied testing around Europe on various occasions, and now a new set of patent drawings might have unveiled the car in its final form.
Italian automaker Maserati is currently working on a new sports car to rival Germany’s Porsche 911 models, and plans on pushing out over 450-hp combined with a lightweight, carbon fiber chassis.
BMW released a massive photo gallery of its M6 coupe and roadster today along with a little bit of new information.
A selection of exclusive guests will get the chance to experience Maserati’s “Drive and Sail” experience, which launches today in Port Adriano, Spain.
Italian exotic brand Maserati is planning to expand its lineup by 2015, including a mid-engined sports car to compete with the Ferrari 458 and Porsche 911 that brand boss Harold Wester recently dropped new hints about.
Having outlived its original life-expectancy, the Maserati Quattroporte will be all new when it bows in production form, likely at this September’s Paris Auto Show.
The current generation Maserati Quattroporte has outlived its planned life cycle and the overdue update is coming in the 2013 model year, sporting a turbocharged V8, and a supercharged V6.
The future is looking bright for the Fiat-Chrysler family, especially with the all-new SRT Viper on the horizon.
With how popular diesel-powered cars are out in Europe, it’s no surprise that Maserati is working on its own diesel sports car.
A 5.8-magnitude earthquake hit Northern Italy on Tuesday morning in the province of Modena, which caused Maserati, Lamborghini and Ferrari to suspend production indefinitely.
The Maserati Trofeo MC World Series will be back for its third season, with the single-make Maserati race series unveiling the newest variant of its GranTurismo MC Trofeo race car.
With am ambitious production goal to reach 50,000 units annually by 2015, small Italian luxury brand Maserati has its work cut out. But that doesn’t mean it’s running without a scheme to make that goal, the most recently rumored piece of which is a two-seat sports car.
This years Beijing Auto Show marks the final stop for the Maserati Kubang SUV concept, as the next time we see the Maserati SUV, it will be in production form.
Profiling isn’t something you would necessarily picture happening to the sort of person who drives a Ferrari, but in Italy that is quickly becoming the case. It used to be that wealthy Italians would often purchase exotic sports cars — often of the variety made in their home country, though that’s becoming less likely as…