Maserati is planning to unveil a new version of its Quattroporte saloon at next month’s Frankfurt Motor Show, with the new car carrying the title ‘Sport GT S.’ Based on the current Sport GT, the new ‘S’ nomenclature sees the car receive a host of upgrades including the latest in Brembo braking technology and new single rate dampers and stiffer springs instead of the existing Skyhook electronic suspension system. The new set-up sees the car sit 10mm lower at the front and 25mm lower at the back, giving it more of a race feel.
The new brakes feature a dual cast design, blending both cast iron and aluminum. This technology helps to reduce brake fade and improving the overall feel without the squeaking associated with carbon ceramic brakes.
The exterior has been pumped up with a black chrome mesh grill and black chrome 20in seven spoke alloy wheels shod with Pirelli rubber. The only transmission option is the same ZF six-speed auto that appears in the standard auto model, which you can read all about in our review by clicking here
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