Maserati has taken the wraps off the Quattroporte Sport GT-S sedan that will be officially unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show next month. The GT-S builds on the Sport GT package with better handling and looks.
The GT-S is powered by the same 400 HP 4.2L V8 as the Sport GT, but it has been lowered by 10mm in the front and 25mm in the back. The car also has new brakes that were co-developed with Brembo. The brakes are made of aluminum and iron, a first for a road car.
The Maserati Quattroporte Sport GT-S is differentiated by a black-chrome mesh grille, black side window trims, two double exhaust pipes and dark chrome 20″ seven spoke alloy wheels.