The Quattroporte Sport GT focused on performance and had a faster shifting transmission and firmer Skyhook suspension thanks to new software calibrations, seven-spoke 20 inch wheels with low-profile tires, and cross-drilled brake rotors. It had dark mesh front and side grilles and red accents to the Trident badges, like that on vintage racing Maseratis. Inside there were aluminum pedals, a sport steering wheel and carbon fibre in place of the standard wood inserts.
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