The new Maserati Quattroporte that has been recently unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show is a truly maste piece of performances and comfort providing a source of enjoyment for the driver and passengers under all driving conditions. Such level of perfection has been accomplished hanks to the new vehicle’s mechanical engineering: engine, chassis, suspensions, transmission are the key elements for such a combination of uncompromising performances and comfort.
Chassis and body are mainly built in aluminum allowing to significantly reduce weight, whereas special steel stiffeners provides superior torsional rigidity regardless of the very long wheelbase. The newest Sport Skyhook electric system controls double wishbone and the suspensions in the front and multi-link in the rear and features new shocks with constant damping variations. When the driver presses the button l in the central tunnel the new Maserati Quattroporte drives in sportier style and switches to a more rigid damper setting and limits the load transfers.
The new Maserati Quattroporte features new 8 ZF automatic gearbox -speed with self-adapting which it is more lighter and efficient than the previous one while also introducing two overdrive gears particularly developed to rise comfort especially during long journeys and at higher speed while reducing fuel consumption. The driver can drive in automatic mode or change gears manually either with the paddles column or with the lever in the central tunnel. In both situations, when the driver press the SPORT switch the car provides faster gear shifts as well as a more decisive sporty handling securing the highest driving pleasure while preserving the passengers comfort.
The 2014 Maserati Quattroporte is equipped with the I.C.E., the Increased Control Efficiency mode, designed for extremely low grip conditions, significant fuel economy and relaxed and yet sporty driving experience.The new Maserati sedan features the very latest active and safety systems in order to assure an optimal and full protection to driver and passenger(s). The Maserati Stability Program (MSP) is an advanced electronic system that reduces the torque from the engine to then activate the brakes and stabilize in just a few milliseconds if the vehicle begins to skid. The Maserati Quattroporte Bi-Xenon front headlights feature a rotation function capable of lighting the roads as well as the edges consequently increasing the safety in cornering during the night time.
The electronic unit which controls the full and dipped beams observes several components to then automatically adjusts the beam depth in order to deliver the best visibility and safety in all conditions. under all situations. The LED day lights, additionally, makes the car immediately visible.
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