1984 Maserati Quattroporte 2


Engine: 4.9 liter V-8 with four overhead camshafts
Torque: 308 ft lb.
Power Output: 280 HP
Top Speed: 160 mph
Transmission: BorgWarner three-speed automatic


About our 1984 Maserati Quattroporte 2

This one owner example has been part of the collection at Bayberry for over twenty years and has clocked only 15,000 miles since new. A California car from the beginning it has remained in perfect original condition and is used sparingly every season.


History of the 1984 Maserati Quattroporte 2

In 1978 the distinguished business man’s Maserati was launched by newly empowered Maserati chief Alejandro de Tomaso and his design staff. To keep pace with the more sophisticated men of the day and to compete with other marques like Mercedes and BMW, it was essential to de Tomaso that there was an Italian option of like quality and style. The luxuriously appointed interior with a combination of Burlwood and Italian leather made it the car to own for the upscale driver. It was smooth as silk and powerful to drive with its four-cam, 280 HP V-8 and ZF five-speed transmission. Its legendary heritage did not disappoint with performance that matched its new shape for the next generation flaunting a top speed of 160 mph.