As a flagship sedan, it’s important for the 2017 Maserati Quattroporte to stay current with its segment, both in the U.S. and abroad. The Quattroporte in our market will receive a much-needed facelift, and in Europe, it even gets two new trim levels. Changes to the interior and exterior are rather minimal, but they’re enough to give our Quattroporte a breath of fresh air. Will these changes be enough to put the 2017 Maserati Quattroporte at the forefront of luxury sedan buyers’ minds?
The front bumper receives the most updates, with new matte black accents that are matched by matte black side skirts and restyled matte black mirrors. The vertical grille slats have been outfitted with chrome, bringing a sharper look to the front end. The lower grille looks like it has been inverted, and it now features an electrically adjustable “Air Shutter,” a glorified air vent that helps cool the engine and improve aerodynamics.
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