Despite not unveiling any all-new products at the LA Auto Show this year, Maserati will be showcasing some updated variants of their cars for 2015. The most significant of these is the revised Quattroporte, with the GTS and SQ4 trims being modified for the New Year.
The top-spec GTS variant “benefits from a sportier and aggressive appearance”. This is achieved by an upgraded emblem, matching colour lower bodywork, red accents on the wheels and also improved equipment for the interior – including piano black trim, red leather upholstery with matching stitching and integrated Wi-Fi.
The smaller Ghibli sedan is also upgraded; it now comes with satellite navigation and Bluetooth connectivity as standard, as well as a new finish for the brake callipers in 2015. Ghibli expanded upon the Maserati range by not only adding to its model portfolio, but also by introducing the first diesel engine in the companies 100 year history.
Also, Maserati will be showcasing Alferi concept in LA, which was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show. Though a concept car, this beautiful sculpture has been given the green light for production. Also the GranTurismo MC Centennial Edition will attend, which is to celebrate the company’s 100th year.