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2014 Maserati Quattroporte launched in Oman

2014 Maserati Quattroporte
Maserati has officially launched their new Quattroporte in Oman, at a high-profile event held at Grand Hyatt, Muscat a few weeks ago. The model was revealed in UAE and various other parts of the GCC earlier this year.

The model certainly ups their stature in the GCC, and we were particularly impressed with the new design over the older version. There is also a significant change in the interior. As expected, there is a generous amount of leather and wood, as well as a newly-designed steering wheel and the 8.4-inch touch screen. Everything about the car certainly puts the Quattroporte in the ‘luxury sedan’ class.

The Quattroporte will come with a 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 or a 3.8-litre twin-turbo V8 producing 404 hp and 530 hp respectively. The V8 version is also reported to be assembled by Ferrari, and has a 0-100 kph time of 4.7 seconds.

The pricing for the car will revolve around the 60,000 Omani Riyals mark. Of course, prices will vary largely depending on the variants. Maserati is exclusively sold in the Sultanate of Oman by AlFardan Motors, who also for the record, is the agent for Ferrari in this region.

6 comments to 2014 Maserati Quattroporte launched in Oman

  • marc

    one of the top3 most boring and disappointing introductions in 2013 – nothing wowing me here

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    • Alvin Emmanuel Thomas

      Maybe you should hear it. But yeah, you’re right. Maserati has gone too conventional with the design.

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    • marc

      sound wise i guess u re right, but still design wise…omg… :-(

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  • Shibu Daniel

    Does it still have the exhaust sound ??

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  • reza

    ye the exhaust is the the only thing it has. imagine u pay 600000dhs and a mustang or camaro can catch u with laugh in their face. and i rather burn that money instead of buying this ugly chines looking car

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