The sixth generation of the Maserati Quattroporte has been revealed and will make its public debut in January at the 2013 Detroit Motor Show.
The new model will be longer and lighter compared to the outgoing version. It has an estimated length of 5200mm (up by 148mm) and could be based on a new steel monocoque chassis. A significant part of the increase might be in the wheelbase, meaning more legroom for the rear passengers.
It is expected to have a curb weight of 1940 kg (down by 50 kg) thanks to the use of more aluminum, even though the car will be larger. A novelty for the 2014 Quattroporte will be the all-wheel drive option, but this will be available a year after the RWD model is launched.
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