Stars of their stand were the GranTurismo S and the new Maserati Quattroporte. The new Quattroporte range reinforces the model's exclusive image with a thorough technical and styling upgrade, while performance reaches new peaks with the powerful new 4.7 litre, 317kW engine for the top version, supplementing the existing 4.2 litre 295 kW to offer a new level of choice. As well there are a host of technical, luxury and performance refinements that enable it to more than maintain its edge over its rivals. The new range is composed of two models, the Quattroporte with the 4.2 litre engine and the new Quattroporte S with the 4.7 litre power unique. Both feature a comprehensive range of equipment and features, along with a pallet of trim, colours and finishes that allows Maserati owners to choose from a theoretical four million possible combinations. The Maserati Quattroporte has a RRP of $286,000, and new 4.7 litre Quattroporte S a RRP of $323,800.
With the GranTurismo S, Maserati shifts the emphasis of its magnificent coupe from grand touring luxury to performance and driving excitement. The new 323kW V8 4.7 engine, electro-actuated gearbox with fast MC-Shift, Trans axle layout, sporty exhaust and brakes made with dual cast technology make the GranTurismo S the new flagship for Maserati sporting flair, with acceleration from 0 to 100 kmh in 4.9 seconds and a maximum speed of 295 kmh, the highest ever reached by a standard production Maserati. The compact and lightweight 4.7 litre V8 engine develops maximum power output of 323kW at 7,000 rpm and peak torque of 490 Nm at 4,750 rpm, and ensures high specific power output and more torque at lower speeds as well, without affecting the capacity of the engine to respond very quickly to changing road conditions, typical of racing engines. An electro-actuated six-speed gearbox is paired with the 4.7-litre V8 engine, and has MC-Shift software which harnesses the new engine's power output, ensuring gearshift speed.