Maserati Quattroporte: Uncommon opulence
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- 275 hp (203 kW)
- 0 - 100 km/h in 6.4 s
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The Elegance and Power of the Maserati Quattroporte 3.0 V6d
A beautiful beast ready to be tamed, the Maserati Quattroporte 3.0 V6d is a sleek, powerful machine. For the ultimate in high-end driving, look no further than this spectacular vehicle which has elegant looks, the comforts of a luxury saloon and an engine to rival the best sports car models. The diesel model has lowered CO2 emissions - the lowest in its class, in fact - yet it still packs a powerful punch at 275 BPH.
The first Quattroporte was built in 1963 and, while only 230 cars were made, it marked the start of a new style of vehicle for Maserati. The second series built between 1966 and 1969 was the fastest of its kind in the world. Throughout the decades Maserati have redesigned the engine many times, some meeting more successful than others. Constantly updating the design of the Quattroporte with the latest materials and technology, top speeds have increased from 140-150 mph in the 1960s to 170-190 mph in 2015. In the most recent model, Masarati has adjusted the layout of the V6 to a 60 degree angle for optimal firing intervals and a smoother drive.
The Quattroporte is on a level with the BMW M5, the Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG and the Audi A8. For some the slightly smaller engine puts it at an disadvantage, while others think its 0-60 mph in 6.4 seconds and 150 mph top speed are more than impressive enough.
Equipment for Quattroporte
- 4 Persons
- 4 Doors
- 4 Pieces of Luggage
- Air Conditioning
|Luggage capacity||530 l|
|Fuel capacity||80 l|
|Max. power||275 hp|
|Max. power at speed||4500 1/min|
|Max. torque||600 Nm|
|At speed||2000-2600 1/min|
|Additional information||*For rentals in Switzerland, you must be in possession of your driving license for at least 10 years.|
|Max speed||155 Km/h|
|Acceleration: 0 - 100 Km/h||6.4 s|
|Comsumption and Emissions|
|Consumption combined||6.2 l/100 km|
|Consumption in city||7.90 l/100 km|
|Consumption out of city||5.20 l/100 km|
|CO2 emissions||163 g/100 km|
A Gifted Family Creates History
Alfieri Maserati was inspired by his older brother Carlo who worked as a test driver for Fiat in 1900. Along with his three other brothers, he created the first Maserati in the early 1920s. The famous logo was designed by the artist of the family, Marco, it was based on Neptune's trident as seen on a statue in Bologna. The first cars were raced by the brothers professionally, however financial problems forced a change in their business model. There was need to focus less on the fun of driving, and concentrate more on profitable production. The brand is still involved in racing, as seen with their GT4 series and have also created their own single-marque championship, the Maserati Trofeo. In its first six years, the series quickly became very successful, attracting a diverse range of drivers from 31 countries including eight women and global celebrities.
Experience the Style and Range of the Sixt Sports and Luxury Cars fleet
The stature and poise of this beautiful vehicle makes it an ideal choice for a luxury car hire. Whether cruising around the French Riviera or powering down the interstate to a business meeting, the Quattroporte looks good and drives even better. Call Sixt for more details on our luxury car rental options and to book your Maserati now.