2023 Maserati Quattroporte Trofeo Rosso Magma

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About the Car

2023 Maserati Quattroporte Trofeo Rosso Magma

Maserati has introduced new and exclusive trim levels for the Quattroporte, to celebrate the refresh of the range with the Model Year 22 (MY22).

The three new trim levels – GT, Modena (also available in Q4 version) and Trofeo – have been developed not only to meet all customers’ requirements and expectations, but also to epitomise the various over-arching themes of the Maserati range: innovation, performance and design.

From a stylistic point of view, the three new trim levels (GT, Modena and Trofeo) feature the new Maserati logo on the bonnet (included in the range from the MC20 onwards), new Trident logo on the C-pillar and refreshed lettering on the rear. There is also a specific trim level badge (bearing the wording “GT”, “Modena” or “Trofeo”) on the sides, just above the three iconic air intakes.

The new Maserati lettering appears on the central screen as well, as does the new “Trofeo” logo on the headrests.

Trofeo trim level

The Trofeo trim embodies maximum Maserati performance, specifically in terms of its ratings. This trim level is suited to fans of extreme performance. It constitutes the top of the range as a trim and most of all in terms of performance, with its powerful 580-hp twin-turbo V8 engine.

To complete the look of the exterior, carbon fibre finishes, 21” alloy wheels and red brake calipers. The interior is exclusive, with sports seats in “Full-Grain” natural leather.

Quattroporte Trofeo represents an extreme dimension, faster and with even higher performance, but always unquestionably elegant and safe.

The top-of-the-range 3.8-litre V8 engine is a perfect example of traditional Maserati performance. This engine delivers 530 hp of power at 6,800 rpm and peak torque of 650 Nm at 2,000 to 4,000 rpm. The peak torque value can be increased with the automatic overboost function to up to 710 Nm at a rev count between 2,250 and 3,500 rpm.

These features mean the Quattroporte can boast 0 to 100 km/h acceleration in just 4.5 seconds and breaks the 300-km/h barrier with a top speed of 326 km/h.

The Maserati V8 engine has been specifically designed to ensure excellent performance at all speeds, with low fuel consumption and emissions. The V8’s torque is very high even at low rev counts, including at 1,500 rpm. The concept of the high-turbulence cylinder heads and four cam phasers has been perfected by Maserati Powertrain, for optimum combustion control.

The V8 engine is powered by two small parallel twin-scroll turbines (one for each cylinder bank), which ensure the high performance expected of a Maserati engine whilst reducing inertia.

Maserati Powertrain has integrated the turbine housing into the exhaust manifold, resulting in a compact and lightweight solution. Each turbocharger is powered by its own air-to-air intercooler. The Quattroporte has two of these intercoolers, each lower-mounted and at a distance from the main radiators for a constant flow of fresh air.

The engine offers Normal, Sport and I.C.E. (Increased Control & Efficiency) driving modes, the latter aimed at reducing fuel consumption, emissions and noise. This strategy provides for more gentle acceleration for a smoother ride, disables the overboost function and keeps the Sport mode exhaust flaps closed up to 5,000 rpm. As well as ensuring maximum fuel efficiency for the Quattroporte, I.C.E. mode is also ideal for driving on low-grip surfaces.

For all trim levels

All Quattroporte versions are equipped with eight-speed ZF automatic transmission, ensuring exceptional comfort, faster gear changes, optimised fuel consumption and lower noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) values.

The gear lever was redesigned for the MY19 for a more intuitive shift, resulting in a shorter stroke and improved functionality. The gearbox can be operated in both automatic mode (RND) and manually, simply by pulling the lever from right to left; a new “P” button has been added to the lever, to set the transmission to parking mode.

It is now even easier to operate the driving mode control buttons in the centre console. The “M” button has been removed and replaced with another to disable the Start & Stop function.

Two overdrive gears mean the transmission alone can make an enormous contribution to the car’s overall efficiency. Following in Maserati tradition, there are five dedicated shift modes: Auto Normal, Auto Sport, Manual Normal, Manual Sport and I.C.E. All the gear shift modes can be selected via the buttons to the left of the gear knob.

The car recognises a wide range of conditions, such as uphill or downhill slopes and sudden braking or challenging corners, and selects the best ratio and shift type accordingly.

In Manual Normal mode the system automatically shifts up when coming close to maximum engine speed, whereas in Manual Sport mode gear changes are faster and brighter and the engine speed can be pushed to the limit without the system taking action.

Body: a perfect synthesis of performance, comfort and safety

The body of the Quattroporte has been carefully designed to satisfy Maserati buyers’ requirements for performance and high levels of comfort, as well as all the safety regulations.

With its 3.17-m long wheelbase, the Quattroporte ensures exceptional on-board comfort and exciting handling. Despite its generous dimensions, the flagship Quattroporte sedan is extraordinarily lightweight: the version with a V8 engine weighs 1,900 kg (40 kg more than those with rear-wheel drive V6 engines).

Constructed around a rigid and extremely safe steel cell, it uses a series of various aluminium and steel alloys to maximise strength, minimise weight and maintain the perfect 50:50 weight distribution.

The front of the body is cast in an aluminium alloy with a reinforced crossbar to ensure extraordinary rigidity in all directions, whereas the rear is made of laminated steel.

Aluminium was chosen for most of the body panels to ensure maximum safety for the occupants, and the lowest possible weight. As a result, the four doors, bonnet, front side panels and tailgate are all made of aluminium, with ultra-light magnesium used in the dashboard crossbar.

Skyhook system as standard

The configuration of the double-wishbone suspension is a Maserati tradition derived from racing. The Quattroporte takes up this legacy, but incorporates cutting-edge technologies to ensure greater precision.

For the front suspension, an aluminium dual swing arm is used in a raised position, to ensure precise handling.

Aluminium is the main metal in the front suspension system; the dome nuts, hub bars and uprights are all made of forged aluminium, whereas the springs are made of steel. All this is combined with Skyhook shock absorbers with constant adjustment and an anti-roll bar.

The system’s quadrilateral architecture has enabled the dedicated handling team at Maserati to develop precise, comfortable steering with direct feedback.

The rear suspension adopts a five-arm multilink system, equipped with four aluminium suspension arms. On the one hand, this ensures exceptional comfort; on the other, extreme sports performance.

The suspension package also uses anti-roll bars and steel springs cushioned by the Skyhook adaptive damping system, one of the hallmarks of the Quattroporte in this new, faster and more precise version. The four Skyhook shock absorbers can be controlled independently and electronically. The Skyhook system prioritises comfort, although all you need to do to achieve greater sportiness and dynamism is press the suspension button, never mind the “Sport” one. Developed in extreme testing conditions and on tracks, this further option for adjustment transforms the handling of the Quattroporte. Essentially, it drastically reduces longitudinal and lateral load transfers and minimises body roll, to prioritise the car’s more dynamic character.

Electric Power Steering (EPS)

The inclusion of Electric Power Steering (EPS) in the Quattroporte range guarantees an improvement in the car’s handling and comfort. It provides better support for the selectable driving modes and enables the new advanced driver assistance systems, available as an option on the Quattroporte.  

Equipped with an electronically controlled actuator mounted on the rack-and-pinion steering, the EPS is simple and lightweight, requires little maintenance, lends itself to precise adjustments and has no impact on the engine’s power. Whilst maintaining the exceptional handling typical of every Maserati, it offers improved comfort in parking manoeuvres and at low speed, as well as better cushioning of road surface roughness.

Electronic Parking Brake (EPB)

The Electronic Parking Brake (EPB) improves performance and reliability, using the latest technologies. The braking system with rear floating calipers now comes with new Motor on Caliper (MoC) technology by Continental. In the dual-cast disc braking system on the Quattroporte S Q4 and GTS, an additional EPB brake caliper has been added to the rear discs.

Integrated Vehicle Control (IVC) and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)

The IVC function has been built into the MSP to improve active safety and driving dynamics, whereas the optional active ADAS systems offer level 2 autonomous driving.

Developed in collaboration with Bosch, the Integrated Vehicle Control (IVC) system prevents – rather than merely correcting – errors that result in loss of control of the car, thus improving active safety and driving dynamics. As a result, it also guarantees unique performance and emotions behind the wheel.

IVC uses an effective "feed-forward" control system that predicts driving situations and adapts the braking system and engine in advance. The system intervenes more smoothly and quietly than the conventional Electronic Stability Program (ESP), improves car balancing and traction in extreme dynamic conditions, and uses smart torque vectoring to fully optimize lateral dynamics even when the MSP is deactivated. In dynamic test manoeuvres (e.g. slalom and lane change), IVC showed a higher ramp speed and faster lap times on the circuit.

Maserati Stability Program (MSP)

Developed through the most extreme testing, the MSP uses various detection sensors to trigger prompt action. In the event of slippage, the system reduces engine torque and can apply the brakes with extremely precision, to restore stability within a few milliseconds. In addition to IVC, various other subsystems are built into the MSP: Antilock Braking System (ABS) with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD) electronically controlled brake splitter; Anti-Slip Regulation (ASR) traction control; Motor Spin Regulator (MSR) engine torque control, which prevents the drive wheels from locking when travelling uphill in low-grip conditions; during climbs in low-grip conditions, the Brake Assist System (BAS) emergency braking system.

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)

Level 2 Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) – such as Highway Assist, Active Blind Spot Assist and Lane Keeping Assist – represent an important step towards semi-autonomous driving. The optional ADAS package also includes the efficient Traffic Sign Recognition system.

Although ADAS are valuable assets to ensure a safer driving experience, Maserati also remains faithful to its core philosophy as a manufacturer of race-bred grand touring cars with superior dynamics, capable of offering an unparalleled driving experience. The introduction of the new package of active ADAS makes the Quattroporte even safer in different traffic conditions, but the driver must always maintain total control over the car.

Highway Assist:  a “hands-on” function (the driver must always maintain control of the car), it can be used on motorways and main roads at speeds up to 145 km/h with the Adaptive Cruise Control system activated: it reduces driver fatigue and consequently enhances active safety by allowing the car to keep itself in the middle of the lane and to adapt its pre-selected speed fully independently.

The system employs a radar unit, a forward-facing camera and works with the EPS to control the direction of the car. The multi-function camera detects horizontal road markings and calculates the distance and speed of the vehicle in front. Highway Assist includes a radio that provides road information, and a “hands-on” system to detect whether the driver’s hands remain on the steering wheel. The driver can override the system at any time.

Lane Keeping Assist (LKA): keeps the car in the middle of the lane, taking direct action on the EPS and providing a notification of the situation on the instrument panel display. When the visual and haptic signals box is checked on the touchscreen display, the LKA system intervenes with a manoeuvre to correct the steering.

The LKA uses a forward-facing camera – to detect the lane markings and determine the car’s position – and a radar to process the data. The system operates at speeds between 60 km/h and 180 km/h and is deactivated when the direction indicators are switched on.

Active Blind Spot Assist (ABSA): a system aimed at preventing collisions when changing lanes, using two radar sensors that monitor blind spots. As well as emitting a visual and acoustic signal, ABSA can communicate with the EPS to act on the steering torque and prevent possible collisions.

Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR)*: essentially prevents the car from travelling at too high a speed, by sending to the instrument cluster real-time information on the speed limit for the stretch of road you are driving along. The TSR system identifies the speed limit in specific conditions (rain, fog, certain hours of the day) and uses the satnav map data to notify the driver if some of the road signs are missing, not visible or cannot be recognised by the camera.

Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) with Stop & Go function: when active (from 30 to 210 km/h), ACC constantly controls the space between the Quattroporte and the vehicle in front, maintaining a pre-determined distance. In a traffic jam or if there is another vehicle in front, the system reduces speed by acting on the brakes. The Stop & Go function adjusts the car’s speed to match the vehicle in front until it comes to a complete stop, then automatically starts again if it has stopped for less than two seconds.

Forward Collision Warning Plus (FCW Plus): the FCW Plus system monitors vehicles in front using a camera. A visual and acoustic signal warns the driver when there is a risk of rear-end collision.

Advanced Brake Assist (ABA): If the driver brakes but not sufficiently to avoid an impact, the sophisticated ABA system will apply more pressure to the braking system.

Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB): an active system designed to prevent an imminent collision or cushion its impact.  Collision risks are detected by the ACC radar and a front-mounted camera. An audible and visual alarm warns the driver that they need to start braking. If the driver takes no action, the system automatically brakes, to slow down the car and minimise the impact.

Rear camera with dynamic grid
Positioned above the number plate, the camera is automatically activated when reversing, to show the area behind the car on the new high-resolution 8.4” display. This camera uses rear parking sensors to warn the driver of objects and obstacles in the road, using both acoustic and visual signals. The dynamic grids display the car’s maximum width and project its trajectory according to the steering angle.

Optional Surround View camera
The Surround View camera system consists of a total of four cameras (two on the side, mounted under the exterior mirrors, one forward-facing and one rear-facing) and projects a clear 360° view of the car from above onto the high-resolution display. The system can be activated automatically when reversing or can be switched on manually by tapping the special button on the 8.4” display. Five different viewing angles are available. It also provides a notification when the doors are open, and displays guidelines for parking.

Rear Cross Path
This feature is designed to help the driver reverse out of a car park, when oncoming vehicles can be invisible. Using sensors mounted on either side of the rear bumper, the system detects the presence of vehicles or objects heading towards the car at speeds from a minimum of 1 km/h to a maximum of approximately 16 km/h.

Passive safety
The passive safety specifications of the Quattroporte have been carefully revised to make the car safer with no impact on weight or fuel consumption.

Maserati has addressed these requirements by using hot-worked steel in critical areas of the passenger compartment to increase occupant safety, and aluminium in less critical areas to save weight.

Specifically, the front of the passenger compartment (pillars and under-door mouldings) includes components made of hot-worked steel, with a magnesium dashboard crossbar to save weight, whereas high-strength steel is used to make the rear part more rigid. The anti-intrusion bars at the front and rear of the car are made of extruded aluminium, whilst the doors and bonnet are made of aluminium.

The Quattroporte is equipped with six airbags for maximum occupant safety. In the front, the dual-stage airbags are hidden inside the steering wheel and dashboard, and protect the head in the event of a frontal impact.

The driver’s and front passenger’s chest and pelvis are further protected by the side airbags, housed under the leather seat upholstery. The sides of the head are protected by two curtain airbags mounted in the roof of the car, near the central pillar. Curtain airbags protect the heads of the front and rear occupants from side impacts.


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