The Quattroporte Sport GT S Sedan comes standard with various safety features to ensure a safer, more comfortable ride. As part of the Sport GT S trim, this sedan has 20-inch alloy wheels, self-leveling headlights, heated driver and front passenger seats, various steering-wheel mounted controls, and a navigation system. One of the most distinctive features of this sedan is the various ways buyers can customize the Sport GT S to his specifications. Buyers can choose from a wide selection of interior trims and paints, and may choose aluminum, racing-style pedals to make this sedan even more fun to drive.
Given the substantial sum buyers pay for the Quattroporte Sport GT S Sedan, the technological aspects are unimpressive. Maserati offers features that are now standard in many vehicles, including a USB connection, MP3 audio input, and a single CD player stereo. However, the Sport GT S Sedan does include speed sensitive volume control and the navigation system is voice activated, making it easier to focus on piloting this sedan along curving roadways.
Although the technological aspects in the Quattroporte are lackluster, the interior of the Sport GT S is impressive and features dual climate control in the front, 10-way power front seats, lumbar support for the driver and front passenger, and elegant leather and wood trim throughout the cabin. The rear seat is roomy enough to seat two adults comfortably but becomes less comfortable with three adults, especially on longer trips. The Sport GT S is not the best performing vehicle on the market, nor is it the most affordable, but Maseratis offer an intangible appeal that have helped this company remain a competitive automaker for the past one hundred years.