Maserati has announced plans to introduce a modestly revised Quattroporte GTS at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

As the company's range-topping model, the Quattroporte GTS will be further differentiated from lesser variants thanks to additional body color accents, a revised Trident logo and red accents on the wheel caps.

The standard Quattroporte also receives some minor updates including red leather upholstery, Black Piano Lacquered trim, a Wifi hotspot and a wider selection of contrast stitching.

The entry-level Ghibli isn't being left out either as the company has announced the 2015 model will now come standard with Bluetooth connectivity and GPS navigation. The car also boasts a "new standard brake caliper finish," a three-month subscription to SiriusXM' radio and optional contrast stitching.

Gallery: Maserati Quattroporte GTS gets minor updates for L.A.

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