MODENA, Italy – Italians pride themselves on being the leaders in fashion and style, and the Maserati ’05 Quattroporte luxury sedan is no exception to the rule. The new Quattroporte marks the end of a 50-year hiatus between Maserati SpA and Italian coachbuilder and styling house Pininfarina SpA. Pininfarina has penned some of the most notable Maserati’s of the past, from the A6 1500 Berlinetta Speciale in 1947 to the A6 GCS Berlinetta Sport. In an interview with Ward’s last year, ...
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