Sitting behind the Quattroporte’s wheel is a fine place to be. The seats are comfortable and the driving position has a huge range of adjustability. The fascia looks great and is refreshingly uncluttered; most major functions are controlled through the large touch-screen system. It's too easy to move the gearlever from Drive to Park when you want Reverse, though.
Maserati Quattroporte space & practicality
The Quattroporte is a long car. Thankfully this also translates into a huge amount of space, especially in the back where passengers have lots of lounging room. There’s plenty of space for luggage, too, and the standard three rear seats also fold down. There’s the option of having your Quattroporte as a four seater, with a central divider between the two rear seats.
Maserati Quattroporte equipment
Standard equipment includes heated front seats with 12-way electrical adjustment, plus all-round leather upholstery. You also get dual-zone climate control, active cruise control, Bluetooth and various sockets to connect your MP3 player. Predictably, an extensive options list gives you plenty of scope for personalising your car.