1963 was the first year of production for the Maserati Quattroporte I. Being so rare at the time, this four-door, four-seat supercar was one of a kind. The design was signed by Pietro Frua who did an incredible job, making the Quattroporte I bodywork both curvy and angular, with a spacious and comfortable cabin. The model became an icon and was always an inspiration for the numerous generations of Quattroporte to follow. The 1963 Maserati Quattroporte I was powered by a four-cam, V8 engine, which was developed based on the V8 racing unit and served as Maserati’s main power plant until the late 1970s. With a capacity of 4.1 liters, the engine generated an output of 260 hp, which enabled the car to reach a top speed of approximately 130 mph.
A 1963 Maserati Quattroporte I is a very special classic car, thrilling and elegant, with multiple advantages but also some weaknesses. Be sure to do a lot of research about the model ahead of purchase. This is something The Beverly Hills Car Club can help you with, thanks to their team of highly knowledgeable classic car experts. Do not hesitate to call and ask anytime if you are unsure about a specific characteristic. A few things to consider about this four-door classic are the fragility of the De Dion suspension, and the high fuel-consumption. However, those are compensated by the fantastic driving experience and sumptuous exterior and interior. The professionals of The Beverly Hills Car Club are always happy to share their knowledge and tips about classic Maseratis, so please do not hesitate ask them should you need extra information.
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