2022 Maserati Quattroporte Trofeo Interior and Cargo

2022 Quattroporte Trofeo Interior

The Maserati initially makes a great first impression when you step inside the cabin. The basic design may have aged but it blends sportiness and luxury together effortlessly. While there's no fancy digital instrument cluster aside from a more basic seven-inch TFT display, the analog gauges are stylish and clear to read, while the paddle shifters fall perfectly to hand. The latest infotainment screen is a welcome step up and the spaciousness of the interior will be appreciated by all occupants. That's the good news. Unfortunately, the overall quality of the materials doesn't live up to the expectations of the Trofeo's price tag and it certainly can't compete with the flawless Germans in this area. At least the standard feature count includes amenities like 12-way power-adjustable front seats, a heated steering wheel, and a 10.1-inch touchscreen interface for infotainment duties.

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Seating and Interior Space

In the four main occupant positions, the Maserati Quattroporte Trofeo sedan offers luxurious seating and generous space. Headroom will only start to become an issue for those over six feet tall at the back but the legroom in the rear seat is excellent. Long doors also ensure that ingress and egress are accomplished gracefully. The middle rear-seat passenger will have to contend with an especially fat hump in the floor, restricting foot space. In front, power-adjustable seats with memory aids comfort.

2022 Maserati Quattroporte Trofeo Interior Dimensions:

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Interior Colors and Materials

Although we criticized the Maserati's build quality, there are admittedly specific areas of the cabin that are both nice to touch and to look at. For instance, the standard Pieno Fiore natural leather is suitably luxurious. The leather-wrapped steering wheel and aluminum paddle shifters are also well-executed. As for colors, the leather can be had in Nero, Nero with Rosso stitching, Nero with Grigio stitching, Nero with Cuoio stitching, or a flamboyant Rosso/Nero, whereby the lower dash, door panels, and seats are covered in red. For an additional cost, Zegna Pelletessuta leather upholstery is available in Cuoio/Nero, Nero/Grigio, or Marrone.

The high-gloss carbon-fiber twill trim suits the nature of the Trofeo but Piano Black wood is also available as an alternative. An optional Interior Carbon Fiber package will add carbon fiber door sills and paddle shifters in the same material.

2022 Quattroporte Trofeo Trunk and Cargo Space

At 18.7 cubic feet, you'll struggle to find another sedan with a larger trunk than the one in the Maserati. The space is especially deep and you can accommodate two large suitcases with room for a few smaller soft bags. For more space, you can fold down the back seats in a 60/40 split.

In the cabin, there are two covered cupholders to the right of the shift lever. One of these can alternatively be used as an ashtray. Another small space for a wallet is positioned on the center console, while the center armrest has deeper storage for slightly larger items. There are door pockets in all four doors and the rear fold-down center armrest houses covered storage and dual cupholders.

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2022 Maserati Quattroporte Trofeo Cargo Dimensions:

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Trunk Volume18.7 cu. ft.

2022 Quattroporte Trofeo Infotainment and Features


Maserati doesn't offer the same long options list as its German rivals so many features are already equipped by default. For starters, both front sport seats are power-adjustable in 12 directions and have both heating and ventilation. The steering column is power-adjustable, has automatic tilt-away, and is linked to a memory system to instantly recall your preferred driving position. Other standard items include a heated steering wheel, a hands-free trunk lid, paddle shifters for the transmission, push-button ignition, wireless smartphone charging, dual-zone automatic climate control, a rearview camera system, blind-spot monitoring, and forward-collision detection. An active driving assistant with hands-on wheel detection, adaptive cruise control, and hands-on wheel detection is included as well, while a surround-view camera system is available. Those sitting at the back have not been neglected and have access to power sunblinds for the rear windows. For an added cost, a four-zone climate control system can be fitted. While the feature count is good, it's less impressive in the context of the Maserati's huge price tag. Equivalent BMW and Mercedes models are even more lavishly specified for less money.


With the introduction of the Trofeo last year came an upgraded infotainment interface for the Quattroporte lineup. It's based around a 10.1-inch central touchscreen that offers Bluetooth, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay integration. HD Radio, SiriusXM satellite radio, navigation, and a USB connection are all also included. To make up for the rather subdued engine note, there is a standard 900-watt Harman Kardon sound system with 10 speakers but it's possible to replace this with a 15-speaker Bowers & Wilkins surround sound system that dials up the power to 1,280 watts. This sound system will add $2,500 to your bill. You can control functions via touch, a physical control knob, or via voice commands. Overall, while not as slick as the latest MBUX interface in a Mercedes, the Quattroporte's infotainment system does the job it was intended to do.

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