Italy might have a long and distinguished history in the automotive world, but right now it also has a total of seven major carmakers – and only one luxury brand, Maserati, as Ferrari, Lamborghini and Pagani belong to a fare more upmarket, and exotic, realm.
Now, when it comes to models that wear the Trident badge, the Quattroporte is in a way the quintessential four-door full-size luxury Italian saloon. It’s also the only one, which is why the nameplate hasn’t gone anywhere for over half a century.
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This render, dubbed L’Ultimo (The Last One), was put together by one Marcus Hjelt, imagining a next generation, all-electric Quattroporte. And this is by no means fiction – Maserati have already confirmed that their next-gen full-size luxury car, which is expected in 2022, will be a battery-electric.
In terms of styling, the render features many signature elements that make it instantly recognizable as a Quattroporte, while the cabin boasts an opulent ambiance with a configurable rear section that allows for a couch-like setup.
Other noticeable features include the wing mirror cameras, pop-out door handles, massive wheels, interior ambient lighting, a steering wheel-mounted display and more.
So, does this make for a convincing proposition for a QP replacement or what? Feel free to chip in in the comments section right below.