Maserati currently offers four cars, each lending their own little slice of Italian style to the sports car, convertible and saloon car markets.
The Quattroporte faces stiff competition from the likes of the Porsche Panamera and Aston Martin Rapide but its uncompromised approach to style and refinement set it apart from the usual crop of expensive executive saloons.
The Ghibli represents a cheaper BMW and Jaguar rival and is even available with a diesel engine – the charismatic petrol, however, pairs much better with an involving chassis and suspension setup.
The GranTurismo and GranCabrio are more closely linked to the Maseratis of old: sleek, comfortable cross-country cruisers with fabulous soundtracks to boot. They may not be the finest handling cars on the road, but they exude an effortless elegance few can match.