Maserati Quattroporte GTS and Ghibli get Minor Updates for L.A. Auto Show
Maserati Quattroporte GTS and the Alfieri 2+2 Concept are going to take the center stage at the forthcoming Los Angeles Auto Show. This year, the luxury company is celebrating its 100th Anniversary. For this occasion the bran is introducing the stunning Alfieri 2+2 Concept. This car and entire model year 2015 lineup will be shown in California at the event on 21st of November. Another debut, this time a local one, will be making the refreshed Maserati Quattroporte GTS, which is brand's flagship sedan. At the show there will also be a special vintage Maserati display.
Alfieri Concept was shown earlier this year at the Geneva Motor Show. It embodies the stylistic and racing heritage of Maserati, but at the same time it is exotic, sleek and is in "2+2" configuration.
The redesigned 2015 Quattroporte gets some new exterior and interior styling features for its S Q4 and GTS versions. The GTS is more powerful because of the 523 hp twin-turbo V8 engine. New detail accents are the lower bodywork color-matched to its body, the refreshed trident badge and red accented wheel center caps. Optional features here include contrast stitching, red leather upholstery and Black Piano Lacquered trim and Wifi hotspot.
Maserati Centennial Editions of the GranTurismo MC coupe and convertible will be also at the show. More importantly they also get some minor updates for MY2015. They are available in three new tri-coated paint colors: Rosso Magma, Blu Inchiostro and Grigio Pietra. Other highlights are the special centennial center caps, lightweight carbon finishes and stripe design on the seats.
Ghibli can't be left behind. It also features new enhancements for the next model year. Precisely, it gets standard navigation and Bluetooth, brake caliper finish and contrast stitching.