The design of the Maserati Quattroporte Sport GT S MC Sport Line
The designers at Pininfarina have succeeded in their aim of giving the car a sportier edge while leaving the overall look intact. The grille is the most obvious change on the outside, with vertical slats that echo the GranTurismo while its opaque black finish maintains the original styling cues.
The deep-set grille is fitted to the front bumper, flanked by fog lights and air intakes that have been enlarged for recent Quattroporte vehicles. The combination of the reworked bumper and the grille gives the front end of the car an immediate visual impact. The front light cluster features a titanium finish for the more aggressive Quattroporte Sport GT S MC Sport Line.
A lowered suspension, by 10 mm at the front and 25 mm at the rear, gives the Sport GT S MC Sport Line a tenser look. The car appears poised on the starting blocks, ready for action with its racier set-up hinting at the powerful engine. The car speaks of power even when it is not on the move.
The Quattroporte Sport GT S MC Sport Line comes with two new types of 20" rims: Multi Trident rims in light aluminum alloy (Silver is standard on the Sport GT S MC Sport Line, whilst the Dark Chrome are optional) or seven-spoke light alloy rims that have undergone the 'Dark Chrome' treatment.
At the rear, oval tailpipes, shared with the GranTurismo S, distinguish the Quattroporte Sport GT S MC Sport Line model from other Quattroporte variants.
The Quattroporte Sport GT S MC Sport Line also comes standard with a sunroof.