TURIN – Nobody expects the new Maserati Quattroporte to be any more than a niche player in the Mercedes S-Class/BMW 7-Series/Jaguar XJ flagship battle. New Maserati flagship aimed for top-flight rear-seat space. That may be okay – provided the new luxo-sedan lives up to Maserati SpA’s sales expectations. With demand for the current coupe and spider falling a tad below Maserati's earlier predictions, the company’s marketing and sales personnel no longer want to make any forecasts ...

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