Caught in the Scandinavian cold by our spy photographers, the new Quattroporte is currently undergoing cold testing. Given the emphasis on keeping the front hidden, the changes will be focused on the front fascia with a minor alteration to the rear bumper.
There is also a good chance the overall grille shape and the headlights will go under the knife too.
There is no official word from Maserati as to when the company will show off the new model but sources indicate it will probably be January next year.
The current Quattroporte range starts from $269,000 and finishes at $298,000 for the top of the range Executive GT Sedan.