Shoppers in this segment are not known for their buzzing Instagram accounts documenting every mundane aspect of their lives via overly filtered pictures, but if there's one large sedan worth photographing against the backdrop of a setting sun, it's this one. The Quattroporte is a beautiful sedan and the Trofeo turns up the heat with its sporting additions, although not to the extent that it becomes tacky. The long, swoopy body, muscular haunches, and concave grille come together to create a sedan that still turns heads years after the original design was seen. The Trofeo specification includes 21-inch alloy wheels, and red detailing for elements like the side air vents and Trident badge located on the C-pillars. The front grille has a Piano Black finish and at the back, there are quad exhaust outlets. LED headlights are standard. The 2022 model bears the new, subtly restyled Maserati trident that debuted on the MC20.
The 4-door Quattroporte Trofeo boasts substantial proportions that only add to its presence. At 207.2 inches in length, it's a mere 0.2 inches shorter than the BMW 7 Series. With the side mirrors excluded, it's 76.7 inches wide, growing to 82.7 inches when the mirrors are in their usual position. The wheelbase is 124.8 inches long and the height works out to 58.3 inches.
At 4,409 pounds, the Trofeo's curb weight is 457 lbs less than the BMW 750i xDrive, which has a bigger engine and a heavier AWD system.
|Maserati Quattroporte Trofeo Trims||Trofeo|
|Max Width||76.7 in.|
|Maserati Quattroporte Trofeo Trims||Curb Weight|
|Wheels Type||Aluminum Wheels|
|Front Wheel Size||21" x 8.5"|
|Rear Wheel Size||21" x 10.5"|
The Maserati Quattroporte Trofeo's launch color was an alluring green that suited the flashier nature of the sedan. Unfortunately for customers in the United States, the available exterior color palette is far more reserved - and there are even fewer this year. The only non-metallic color that remains is Bianco (white), with Nero (black) having been dropped this year. If you prefer metallic paint, there are four options: Grigio, Nero Ribelle, Grigio Maratea ($1,200), and Bianco Alpi ($2,950). Fortunately, the Quattroporte Trofeo doesn't need a daring color to stand out. There is also a choice of gloss-finish brake caliper colors in blue, black, silver, and red - as well as yellow from this year. However, only the red is standard and the other two will require an extra charge. Matte red anodized calipers are also on offer but will add to your bill.