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Sedan history

1979 – 1990
After the Quattroporte II (1974 – 1975), a generation completely foreign to the design traditions of Maserati, the third generation of the Quattroporte was the first new model to go into production with De Tomaso. Styled by Giorgietto Giugiaro, the Quattroporte III drew a clear line between regular cars and luxury cars, as it offered all the possible amenities of that period. The popularity of the Quattroporte III reached its peak when it was chosen by the President of the Republic of Italy, Sandro Pertini.
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