Quattroporte GTS - Interiors
Exclusive interiors painstakingly created in the best hand-crafted tradition
Getting into the Quattroporte is like entering an exclusive lounge. Although extremely intuitive, the on-board controls are understated so that they don’t steal the limelight from the real stars: the surfaces and materials. The Poltrona Frau® leather, the fine wood and the stitching, styled according to the finest hand-crafted traditions, seamlessly follow the sleek lines of the dashboard, central tunnel and doors, enveloping the passengers in an atmosphere of luxury.
Elegant, tapered dashboard that exudes speed
The tapered lines of the dashboard, with its broad central band running across the entire width of the car, are a celebration of speed and elegance. Simplicity and quality are taken to new extremes, to achieve the priceless sensation of Italian authenticity ineffably expressed through finely crafted details. Such as the brushed aluminium that frames the display of the Maserati Touch Control, in the middle of the dashboard.
Space reigns supreme
On board the Quattroporte, comfort is not just a wonderful sensation, most keenly felt when on the move, but also an objective fact: special attention has been paid to the arrangement of the seats and spaciousness. The longer wheelbase has enabled Maserati to offer rear passengers a degree of legroom that few other models in the category can match.
The soundtrack of our emotions
The 8.4” display of the Maserati Touch Control, in the middle of the dashboard, is a genuine control panel, ensuring easy control of the many information and entertainment devices. In the Quattroporte, the pleasure of in-car music reaches new heights thanks to state of the art car audio technologies developed together with specialist engineers Bowers & Wilkins.
Lighting with an original glint
The new Quattroporte redefines the concept of luxury from every point of view. The style of the interiors is underlined by an innovative night-lighting system: an optic fibre cable runs along the dashboard and doors, creating a mood worthy of an exclusive lounge. There is also white backlighting on the instrument panel, where the speedometer and rpm-counter are separated by a TFT display that shows the car’s dynamic data.