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A four-door sports saloon with a Ferrari engine and all the imaginable trimmings, the Quattroporte sits right next to the Bentley Continental Flying Spur and the Jaguar XJ as the ultimate expression of high-end, aggressive automotive luxury. Its low lines and smooth curves borrow liberally from its sportier GranTurismo sibling, but it has its own unmistakable elegance and gleam. The interior is full of leather piping and wood veneer, and is unapologetically lovely; Maserati is clearly enjoying a golden design moment. The car is also extremely fun to drive, though not really 'saloon-like;' an engine this powerful in a car this size isn't going to let you waft around. The complaints about the Quattroporte, and they are few, include limited trunk space and a somewhat cramped backseat. The Sport GT S model includes 'Active Shifting' Paddles, a sport suspension, and a sport exhaust that makes the Quattroporte act and sound like the sport scar that it clearly wants to be, albeit one that has Poltrona Frau leather with faux-suede inserts.