The Maserati Quattroporte Sport GT S is a more sporting version
of the existing Quattroporte.
The Quattroporte Sport GT S sits 10mm lower at the front, and
25 mm lower at the rear, and is fitted with stiffer springs
and dampers than the standard car.
The Quattroporte Sport GTS has received mild cosmetic upgrades
including black-chrome mesh front grille, black side window
trim and exhausts, and body colored door handles. The GT S is
also fitted with dark-chrome 20", seven spoke alloy wheels.
The Sport GT S also features a Brembo braking system with unique
dual-cast brake discs. Unlike traditional cast iron discs, dual-cast
discs are made of two materials, cast iron and aluminium, to
ensure optimised braking, improving performance in the most
extreme conditions and providing greater resistance to fade
even at the highest temperatures. The Quattroporte Sport GT
Ss new braking system also benefits from new mono-block,
six-piston callipers at the front and tyres developed especially
for the GT S (front 245/35-R20 and rear 295/30-R20).
Inside the Maserati Quattroporte Sport GT S the dashboard is
finished in carbon fibre with aluminium treads, while the front
seats are characterised by a new, more cosseting sporty shape.
In 2008 the GTS was upgraded and fitted with a 4.7 litre V8
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