Maserati never made a Shooting Brake version of Quattroporte, but few years ago based on previous generation car, four Carrozzeria Touring were made. It led to this version of Maserati Quattroporte. The genesis of this creation is one disappointed user who was unlucky not to get their hands on it. The model was auctioned in the year 2013, and he decided to make it into reality. He reached out few of UK companies to build his version of Maserati Quattroporte Shooting Brake. Excluding the cost of Quattroporte, company was charging around £200,000 for conversion.
He then met with renowned car restorer Adam Redding, and discussed budget and few renderings, he opted Adam to build it. The donor car is 2015 Quattroporte an was registered in the year 2016. It took more than 1,500 man-hours to finish this exhausting project. At the end, Maserati Quattroporte Shooting Brake comes with Gunmetal Grey metallic paint, and 20-inch Mercurio alloy wheels. The cabin features Nero leather inside, piano black trim, satellite navigation system, heated seats, sunroof, reversing camera and other gizmos.
Another most interesting aspect of the Maserati Quattroporte, is how little it travelled. On the odometer, it reads 8,714 miles. Power in the Maserati Quattroporte Shooting Brake comes from 3.0-liter diesel engine along with custom rear end with an electric tailgate. The said car is up for auction at Autostorico, in the United Kingdom. If you are one of the interested buyers, you can directly get in touch with them and ask them about the pricing.