Future Models - Maserati 2008 Quattroporte
Maserati in demand
Top-shelf, for now: $308K Quattroporte GT S is the priciest Maser - until next year's GranTurismo S arrives.
Fans line up for Maserati's new models, including the Quattroporte GT S flagship
6 March 2008
MASERATI does not seem to have a problem selling its cars in Australia – indeed, it just can’t get enough of them.
A spokesperson told GoAuto in Melbourne last week that “demand truly outstrips supply for every version in the range”.
The $308,000 Quattroporte GT S unveiled at the Melbourne show is the range-topper for the Maserati range locally until the new GranTurismo S arrives in 12 months’ time.
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