Sporty large luxury sedans have been around for decades, but recently automakers have been introducing even sleeker models. You could likely credit Maserati as one of the pioneers when it reintroduced the Quattroporte (Italian for “four-door”) in 2003. Now there are several alternatives to choose from, each with its own personalities and advantages.
The 2020 Maserati Quattroporte sets itself apart from its German rivals with a distinctly Italian flair. This is due in no small part to its engines, which come from sister company Ferrari. Add to that the striking Maserati trident logo in the grille and some flourishes inside, and the Quattroporte manages to feel special. At least on appearances.