2001 maserati quattroporte
For many years, Maserati was the only Italian manufacturer to produce a flagship four-door saloon. Spacious, refined, elegant and very comfortable, the Quattroporte — in its various guises — was a luxury saloon with thinly veiled sporting pretensions. Regular tech executive by day, car nut by night. Current weekend weapon of choice is a Porsche GTS
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The name translated from Italian means " four doors ". The car is currently in its sixth generation, with the first generation introduced in It was a large saloon powered by V8 engines—both firsts for a series production Maserati automobile. The task of styling the Quattroporte was given to Turinese coachbuilder Pietro Frua , who drew inspiration from a special GT chassis number Regular production began in