2007 Maserati Quattroporte on 2040-cars
Ormond Beach, Florida, United States
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2007 Maserati Quattroporte Sport GT
Engine: Ferrari F136 "S" 4.2 liter – Dry Sump – ALL current Maserati models ARE downgraded to wet sump
Transmission: Ferrari F1 trans-axle – ALL current Maserati models ARE downgraded to Automatic transmissions
Cross Drilled Rotors and steel braided lines
Sport Steering Wheel
Poltrona Frau branded interior
Nero Pastello (Black) on Black
Carbon trim interior
Rear sun shade
Dyno tune by Mase Engineering +30 RWHP
Custom coil springs
Custom Exhaust silencers with dual round 3” black tips, OEM silencers will be deliver to the buyer
GranTurismo “S” Trident Grigio Mercury 15 spokes wheels – 20 x 8.5 – 20 x 10.5 – 245/35/20 (new) – 285/35/20 (55%)
Optional ADV 10 M.V2 wheels, 21 x 9 – 21 x 11 on Michelin Pilot Super Sport 2 - 255/30/21 (40%) – 305/25/21 (new)
All chrome color match
Front headlights interior membranes
Front and side grills
Window surround bezel
Emblems: Rear Maserati emblem, front and sides Tridents
Ferrari Rosso Corsa – painted brake calipers
All LED lighting: interior, exterior, trunk and glove box
Partially blacken rear tail lights and blacked bumper side lights
HID high and low beams
HID fog lights, they all come halogen
Clear bra on front bumper, rear bumper, rear view mirrors, rear door/quarter panels
Built in K40 radar with remote control
iPod Blue Tooth and hands free adapter on factory radio
Novitec style real carbon rear spoiler
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Auto blogFri, 27 Dec 2013
Exotic automobiles are just that: exotic. As in, rare. While Maserati is trying is darnedest to emerge from the fringes, its products are still less common than competitors from Germany, Japan or even the UK. Which is probably - more so than any superior quality or safety standards - why we rarely see the Trident marque's products the subject of a recall. Although it does happen upon occasion.
Back in the spring, Maserati had to call in over seven thousand examples of the Quattroporte, GranTurismo and Alfa 8C over rust issues. Now that the new Quattroporte is upon us, the Modenese automaker has apparently run into another small problem.
This time the issue revolves around the wiring harness for the alternator/starter motor, an improper crimp in which could cause the battery cable to short and start a fire. As a result, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is prompting 63 owners of the 2014 Quattroporte GTS V8 to bring their cars in to their local Maserati dealer to have the wiring harness replaced.
It's not that often that we get to talk about a new Maserati model, but that's all about to change. The Italian automaker is using the 2014 Quattroporte to begin a lineup expansion that will soon grow to no fewer than five models. Entering its sixth generation, the Quattroporte has been completely redesigned, and is also adding a new V6 engine and all-wheel drive.
Pictures of the car were released last year and we've even had the chance to drive the car in France already, but we finally got to see both the 410-horsepower V6 and 530-hp V8 versions of the car at its debut at the Detroit Auto Show. The new Quattroporte is 100-percent Maserati with its svelte-ye-aggressive styling, but it adds more of a mainstream look to better compete with the growing number of high-end luxury sedans. Not all of the Autoblog staff consider it an improvement, but it doesn't stray too far from the Italian styling of the last model.
The interior has also been brought up to date with modern infotainment technology and improved luxury courtesy of a longer wheelbase bringing more space to rear-seat occupants. While the V8 we drove had a bench rear seat and oddly retro-modern wheels, the car on display had more conventional wheels and the two-passenger rear seat bucket seat layout.
More seats inside the Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale means the possibility of a wider audience in more ways than one. Currently only available as a two-seater (we don't get the Stradale version, we get the four-seat GranTurismo MC), the addition of back seats will allow twice as many folks inside, and add the car to the purchase lists of those who need to carry more than two souls in their race-derived, 470-horsepower luxury coupes.
Furthermore, the MC Stradale now gets a carbon fiber hood with an air intakes and extractors, 20-inch alloys and new materials inside. It will take the A-lister's spot on the Maserati stand at the Geneva Motor Show, making its world debut alongside the European debut of the new Quattroporte. The press release below can tell you more.