Watch the Maserati Quattroporte audio system in action

The full-blooded roar of a Maserati V8 has always been a thing of beauty.

Now, thanks to a combination of careful speaker placement and fine-tuning, the Quattroporte’s Bowers & Wilkins premium surround audio system produces an in-car acoustic experience that’s just as rich and exciting.

Tuning a speaker system is a fine art, requiring expert ears and hours of listening. The Maserati system has been tuned by the engineers responsible for Bowers & Wilkins’ flagship 800 Series – speakers used by Abbey Road Studios in London.

Find out more about the Quattroporte audio system

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