2022 Maserati Quattroporte

MSRP $50,000 Est.

Ranked #14 in Sedan


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2022 Maserati Quattroporte Price, Review, Ratings and Pictures

Updated on: September 14, 2021

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Nathan Dyer 

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The Maserati Quattroporte is a full-size luxury sedan and it has been in the market for quite some time now, trying hard to earn its spot. It looks absolutely gorgeous on the outside, has a powerful engine under the hood, drives pretty well, and is quite comfortable on the inside as well. Yet, it hasn’t been able to gross up the numbers; the primary reason for that is its rivals and the pricing. 

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Stunning appearance.

Grumpy exhaust note.

Spacious cabin.


Interior fit and finish aren’t up to the mark.

Rivals deliver better performance.

Low fuel economy numbers.

What's New?

Revised trim lineup 

Adaptive cruise control is now standard. 

Base GT trim gets a detuned engine 


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2022 Maserati Quattroporte in Bianco color

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Until last year, the Maserati Quattroporte commanded over $107,000, and even after the downsizing this year, it still commands $96,000. And that price tag might seem reasonable for a full-size luxury sedan but then its rivals have so much more on offer. Some rivals like the Porsche Panamera, BMW 840i Gran Coupe, and the Mercedes-Benz AMG GT 43 deliver better power and performance along with more luxurious interiors. 

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2022 Maserati Quattroporte Features

Maserati has revamped the trim line-up for 2022 MY and the Quattroporte is now offered in two basic trim levels- GT and Modena. The Trofeo trim is a high-performance trim and will be covered separately. The GT trim is offered with a 350 hp, turbocharged V6 engine with rear-wheel drive only while the Modena trim gets a 430 hp engine with rear-wheel drive and all-wheel-drive configurations. 


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Key features

19-inch silver Poseidon wheels.

Adds/upgrades to the previous trims:


Chrome door handles

AWD configuration(Modena Q4)


A 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment display

Powered trunk gate


12-way power-adjustable heated front seats

Sports spec heated and leather-wrapped steering wheel.


Leather upholstery

Leather upholstery with accent stitching


Heated leather-wrapped steering wheel

Sport bumpers with black piano inserts 


900-watt, Harman/Kardon audio system

20-inch alloy wheel rims 


Forward and rear collision warning

Black piano trim interiors 


Active blind spot assist


Which Trim should you buy?

The base spec GT trim gets pretty much everything you would ever want from a luxury sports sedan. It gets many desirable features like 12-way power-adjustable seats, leather upholstery, heated steering wheel, Harman-Kardon audio system, dual-zone climate control system, and some more. The Modena trims do get a power upgrade but they don’t quite get other features and so we would rather save the $10000 and settle for the base spec GT trim level. 

2022 Maserati Quattroporte Release Date

As per the International Maserati website, the three trims of Quattroporte namely the GT, Modena/Modena Q4, and Trofeo are available to order for MY22 from 1st July 2021. So, you can rush to your nearest dealer and reserve one for yourself.

2022 Maserati Quattroporte Engine and Performance

The 2022 Maserati Quattroporte now comes with a 3.0 liter, twin-turbo, V-6 engine that makes 350 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque. The engine comes mated to an 8-speed torque converter automatic gearbox and power is sent to the rear wheels only. The exhaust has a nice grumpy tone to it and full marks to Maserati for tuning it that way. The Quattroporte GT does a 0-60 mph in 5.5 seconds while it hasn’t yet been tested for its quarter-mile run. The car in its standard guise maxes out at 168 mph. 

The Modena and Modena Q4 trims on the other hand get the same engine but in a different state of tune. The engine in these trims make around 430 horses and deliver 428 lb-ft of torque. The Modena trim does 0-60 mph in 5 seconds flat while the Modena Q4 is quicker by 2 tenths of a second, credit to the all-wheel-drive configuration. An all-wheel-drive configuration helps with better traction under varying driving and road conditions. 

The 2022 Quattroporte GT will be an exquisite handler and a joy to drive, considering that most of its underpinnings will be shared with the 2021 model. The car sticks to the ground firmly and likes being thrown around the corner. Even with RWD configuration, it feels quite precise and planted and you do not feel like you’re losing control of it at any point. The car has been built with a focus on offering an enthralling driving experience. 

The suspensions are set on the firmer side and so the body feels agile and in control while driving. Ride quality is a bit sacrificed as a result and it isn’t as plush as you would want in a full-size luxury sedan. The dynamic abilities of the car are further complemented by a stubby, well-weighted, and precise steering wheel. The steering feels very accurate and offers a good amount of feedback and feels connected all the time.


2022 Maserati Quattroporte GT

2022 Porsche Panamera

2022 BMW 840i Gran Coupé

2021 Mercedes-AMG GT 43 4-door coupe







3L twin-turbo V6

2.9L twin turbo V6

3L TwinPower Turbo Inline-6

3L Turbo Inline-6 with EQ boost







8-speed automatic

8-speed dual clutch automatic

8-speed automatic

9-speed automatic


350 hp @ 5500 rpm

325hp @ 5400 rpm

335hp @ 5000 rpm

362hp @ 5500 rpm


369 lb-ft @ 1750 rpm

331lb-ft @ 1800 rpm

368lb-ft @ 1600 rpm

369lb-ft @ 1800 rpm

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The Porsche Panamera has the lowest power and torque figures but it is quicker than the Maserati Quattroporte; thanks to its superior aerodynamics and lightweight nature. Also, much credit to its 8-speed PDK transmission. The Quattroporte is not less powerful than some of its rivals but it accelerates slower than them. 

The Mercedes-AMG GT 43 is the most powerful car on paper and on roads as well thanks to the EQ Boost feature onboard. There is literally no turbo lag on this one and the torque is distributed across the lower rev band as well. The BMW 840i Gran Coupe comes very close to the GT 43 in terms of performance. 

2022 Maserati Quattroporte Fuel Economy


The 2022 Quattroporte GT is a proper gas-guzzler and has no mercy for the environment. While driving in the city, it chugs a gallon of gas for every 16 miles it travels while on the highway it can run up to about 25 miles on a gallon. It gets an EPA rating of 19 mpg combined which is acceptable for a car in this segment. With a 21.1-gallon fuel tank, it delivers about 338 miles in the city, 527.5 miles on the highway, and 400 miles in combined driving conditions. 


2022 Maserati Quattroporte GT

2022 Porsche Panamera

2022 BMW 840i Gran Coupé

2021 Mercedes-AMG GT 43 4-door coupe

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The Mercedes-AMG GT 43 is a mild hybrid and delivers about 22 mpg in combined conditions. The BMW 840i is the most fuel-efficient car of the lot despite offering a very good performance. The Maserati Quattroporte is the least efficient of the lot and the Porsche Panamera manages to slightly edge over the Quattroporte sedan. However, with a large 23.7-gallon fuel tank, Panamera can deliver upto 474 miles in mixed driving conditions. 

2022 Maserati Quattroporte Interior


The interior of the Maserati Quattroporte is definitely not one of its USPs. While you are greeted with soft leather, Ermenegildo Zegna silk, and genuine wood trim you’d also find many plastic bits on the inside that look like they are straight from some cheaper cars. The cabin design feels a little too dated and Maserati has just updated the trim line up but they haven’t made any efforts to improve the design of the cabin, which is a big bummer.

The 2022 Quattroporte is a comfortable car to drive in though; the space on offer on both rows is quite decent. The seats are also quite snug and all the passengers on both rows have quite a comfortable seating posture. Yes, it does get leather seats and a leather steering wheel but that’s the only highlight of the cabin. Again, we feel that the seats could’ve been a little better and Maserati could have offered plusher seats. The cabin experience doesn’t match the standards of what one would expect from the flagship model of a luxury automaker.

To match up with some more established rivals, Maserati does offer an Executive rear seat package which includes some desirable features like a different set of climate controls for the rear seat along with heating and ventilation functions as well. The rear reclining chairs that are a part of the package provide inadequate recline angle in comparison to its rivals. The cargo capacity is just about average and could have been better.


2022 Maserati Quattroporte GT

2022 Porsche Panamera

2022 BMW 840i Gran Coupé

2021 Mercedes-AMG GT 43 4-door coupe

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We liked the BMW’s interior design the most. Its design suits the character of the sports sedan perfectly and has a very unique blend of luxury and sportiness. The Maserati’s design screams that there has been a lot of downsizing of the interior and it simply doesn’t quite feel well-crafted as one would want in a near hundred thousand dollar car. 

However, it offers the largest cargo space in the competition at 18.7 cu ft, followed by Porsche Panamera with 17.6 cu-ft, BMW 840i Gran Coupe with 15.5 cu-ft of space, and Mercedes-AMG GT 43 with just 12.7 cu-ft of space. Some of the standout interior features of the Maserati Quattroporte are: 

  • 12-way power-adjustable front seats
  • Heated and leather-wrapped front seats.
  • Heated and leather-wrapped steering wheel.
  • Dual-zone automatic climate control.
  • Leather-wrapped gear shift lever.
  • Leather door trim.
  • Wireless charger
  • Air quality sensor 
  • 60/40 split-folding rear seats 
  • Optional sunroof 

What’s there to keep you entertained?

Maserati has developed the infotainment system of the Quattroporte with Google and it is based on Google’s Automotive OS platform. The interface is known as Maserati Intelligent Assistant and it offers a personalized user experience. There’s a 10.1-inch frameless touchscreen display at the front through which you can access all the functions and settings of the infotainment and the car. 

The quality of the screen is decent and crisp but our only disappointment is that the 10.1-inch screen feels a bit small for a car in this segment. It gets a 900-watt premium Harman/Kardon surround sound system along with 10 speakers and a subwoofer as standard. You also get access to Maserati Connect services for added convenience Some of the standout infotainment features of the Maserati Quattroporte are:

  • 10.1-inch HD frameless touchscreen display
  • A 900-watt premium Harman/Kardon surround sound system
  • SiriusXM satellite radio.
  • HD radio.
  • Apple CarPlay
  • Android Auto.
  • Alexa in-vehicle voice assistance.
  • Maserati Connect navigation system.

2022 Maserati Quattroporte Exterior


Maserati has just updated the trim lines for 2022 MY but the car hasn’t changed much from the outside compared to the 2021 model. The 2022 Quattroporte retains the same sassy low slung design and has a very distinct charm to it. At the front, there’s the classic Maserati vertically slated grille with the trident logo in the center. The swept-back headlight looks stylish and the low slung profile of the car gives it a sports car-like appearance.

There’s isn’t much drama on the side, just a strong rising beltline emerging from the front wheel arch that floats into the rear tail light cluster. At the back, there’s a split tail light cluster which frankly looks a little too bland and isn’t as stylish as the overall design of the car. There are quad exhaust tips at the back as well and those further add to the sporty look of the car. Overall, it is a nice and aggressive-looking car and many will be sold just for its looks.


2022 Maserati Quattroporte GT

2022 Porsche Panamera

2022 BMW 840i Gran Coupé

2021 Mercedes-AMG GT 43 4-door coupe

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For us, the 2022 Maserati Quattroporte with its classic sedan proportions and contemporary Italian styling is the best-looking car in the competition. Looks ultimately are a matter of taste and it’s alright if you find the Porsche or the BMW better looking than the Maserati. The Maserati is also the longer and wider car in the competition and has the longest wheelbase in the competition. A longer wheelbase helps with better interior space and cargo capacity as well. It is also much lighter than its rivals which helps with better handling. Some of the standout exterior features of the Maserati Quattroporte are: 

  • 19-inch silver Poseidon wheels.
  • Heated and power-folding outside rearview mirrors.
  • Programmable projector-beam LED headlights.
  • Cornering Lights.
  • Soft-close doors.
  • LED taillights.

2022 Maserati Quattroporte Safety


The 2022 Maserati Quattroporte hasn’t yet been tested and rated by the NHTSA and the IIHS. The previous model of the car hasn't been tested and rated either as it is produced in limited numbers and it is quite expensive too. It does get a good list of standard safety equipment though and many advanced driver assistance features for an added peace of mind. One of the USPs of the Maserati Quattroporte is the Highway Assist System which is a Level 2 autonomous driving system and can be used on freeways. Some of the standout safety features of the Maserati Quattroporte are: 

  • Active blind spot assist.
  • Highway assist system
  • Front and rear parking sensors.
  • Forward and rear collision warning.
  • Automated emergency braking.
  • Lane departure warning 
  • Lane-keep assist.
  • 360-degree camera.

2022 Maserati Quattroporte Competition


2022 Maserati Quattroporte GT vs 2022 Porsche Panamera

The Porsche Panamera is cheaper than the Maserati and also comes with lower power figures. However, the Panamera is quicker. In terms of luxury and creature comfort, the Porsche feels better than the Maserati although the Italian sedan has more passenger space to offer on the inside. The quality of materials on the inside of the Panamera just feels so much better than the Maserati and the design simply strikes a perfect balance between performance and luxury. Our pick in this competition would certainly be the Porsche.

2022 Maserati Quattroporte GT vs 2022 BMW 840i Gran Coupe

The BMW makes far more power and is quicker than the Maserati. Even if you pick the Modena trim, the BMW still does better than it with the M850i. And it’s not just performance that the BMW gives the Maserati a run for its money, but even in terms of luxury, opulence, and creature comfort, the BMW is much better. We’d put our money on the German car if we ever had to choose between the two.

2022 Maserati Quattroporte GT vs 2021 Mercedes-AMG GT 43 4-door coupe

The Mercedes-Benz AMG GT 43 is just too quick off the straight line thanks to the hybrid tech onboard. The Maserati is also pricier than the AMG GT 43 by a few thousand dollars. The Mercedes AMG GT 43 has a more premium and plush cabin design, employs high-quality materials, and has better features. Again, if you have to choose between the two, we would recommend you to pick the Mercedes-AMG GT 43 Coupe as it is simply better. 

2022 Maserati Quattroporte Final Verdict

The 2022 Maserati Quattroporte on paper, at the first glance, looks like a very promising package but you start noticing its flaws as you get up close and personal. Its dated interior design, mediocre quality of materials at some points, and an underpowered engine are few downsides of the car. The German rivals of the Quattroporte offer so much more and better at a similar price point, doing almost all the things that it can do.

 So we think that buying the Quattroporte may not work for everyone unless you really want something that is not mainstream and something that stands out. If you’re willing to go for it appreciating its distinctive styling then you may surely go ahead but there are some better-made cars waiting for your attention.