Maserati has recently announced its plans to offer a more accessible version of the Quattroporte, the S, in Australia, starting from late next month.
The Maserati Quattroporte will become more accessible to its future customers living in Australia starting from February, as the car manufacturer has recently announced its plans to offer the Quattroporte S locally. The model in question will cost 240,000 AUD and this means that it will be 79,800 AUD cheaper than the eight-cylinder Quattroporte GTS, which was recently launched in the Pacific country.
Standard items found on the car include the LED daytime running lights, adaptive cruise control, rear parking sensors, rearview camera, 8.4-inch Maserati Control Touch center display, navigation, 10-speaker audio system, dual-zone climate control, DVD player, Bluetooth, AUX, USB, SD card inputs and much more.
Power to the model is being provided by a 3.0 liter twin turbo V6 engine, which is producing a total output of 301 kW, at 5,500 rpm, and it has a peak torque of 550 Nm available between 1,750 rpm and 5,000 rpm. The 0 to 100 km/h sprint is made in just 5.1 seconds and top speed stands at 285 km/h. The average fuel consumption in the Quattroporte S stands at 10.4 liters every 100 km, which is making it 30 percent more fuel efficient than the previous 4.2 liter V8.