Maserati Quattroporte Given a Handsome CDC Upgrade

CDC Performance out of Germany has taken the muscular Italian that is the Maserati Quattroporte and given it some added style, performance and a new red suit. Overall the Maserati comes with a meaner look and a more aggressive feel. Under the hood the standard V8 has jumped in power thanks to an upgraded ECU, a twin-compressor system with intercoolers and a new exhaust. The Quattroporte now comes in at an impressive 580-hp upgraded from the stock 400. All these power upgrades are good for an impressive 0-62 run of only 4.6 seconds and a top speed of 186 mph. In the styling department CDC gave the Maserati a new aerodynamic body kit. The kit comes complete with a new front splitter, side skirts and roof and rear splitters with a material that CDC calls a "12K carbon weave." The front bumper also comes with new daytime LED's along with some integrated into the taillights. The Maserati also sits on some custom Vossen rims and inside the Maserati it's draped in red and black custom CDC leather stitching. CDC says that the new package is now available to the public although no pricing information has been given.