CDC modifies the Maserati Quattroporte
German tuners CDC International has revealed their customization programme for the Maserati Quattroporte, which comprise of various visual and performance modifications.
The performance mods include a newly developed bi-supercharger, which pushes the number of ponies up to 572, while the torque figures soar at 570 Nm, and the 0-100 kph menace takes place in 4.6 seconds before the tacho needle shoots off towards its best possible end, just a tad short of the 300 kph mark. The brake system comprise of a 12-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers with 2-piece drilled and slotted disc brakes for stopping power. Other performance modifications include fully adjustable suspension system, and a unique sports exhaust system featuring adjustable noise levels.
The interior is highly crafted with leather-stiched headliners, dashboard, steering wheel, door panels and what not, apart from a few spots taken up by carbon-fibre material. The exterior comprise of an aggressive body kit with carbon-fibre aero components, LED daytime lights, LED tail lamps and much more.
There is no word on pricing for the list of accessories, but we guess we know what to expect.
There *are no words* for the pricing for the list of accessories…