The sixth-generation Maserati Quattroporte has been on the market since 2012. Despite having a recent mid-cycle-action (MCA), the premium Italian four-door sedan is currently the oldest vehicle in the Maserati portfolio. The car is scheduled for a redesign in 2024 on a Maserati-variant of the new STLA Large architecture.
Maserati will offer its all-new electrified Folgore (that’s “Lightning” in Italian) as a 2025 model. According to the “trident” brand, the new two-door GranTurismo will be powered by three 895 kW individual motors producing more than 1,200 horsepower. We expect to see the same system in the next-generation Quattroporte.
For one digital artist, the idea of what the next-generation Quattroporte could look like is no longer only a thought. @Theottle the mastermind behind the new Jeep® B-SUV-based pickup truck has created his own take on the next four-door Maserati sedan. Using elements from the current car and some from the new Grecale Folgore, his design looks very much like something we can expect from the Italian marque.
“If I read correctly, Maserati Quattroporte will be renewed as an electric limousine in 2025. With that, I rendered the next generation Quattroporte with elements of Grecale Folgore and the current generation Quattroporte. Before I start, I reshaped the Quattroporte’s DLO; the front and rear windscreen are more steeply raked. Though a sedan, I gave the Maserati flagship a liftback-like rear design, a common styling feature of many electric sedans,” Theottle stated on his YouTube page.
To see more of his designs, be sure to check out Theottle’s YouTube channel.