Ferrari will supply all future powertrains, electrified and conventional.
Maserati Levante News
With 590 horsepower and 538 pound-feet of torque, the 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine powering the all-wheel-drive Levante Trofeo boasts the greatest power-per-liter of any engine ever installed in a Maserati. Not surprisingly, the engine and its 156-hp-per-liter output are the product of the men from Maranello. The Ferrari-based V8 pushes the Levante Trofeo to 60 miles per hour in 3.7 seconds and on to a top speed of 187 mph.
The change applies to Ghibli, Quattroporte and Levante.
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Prancing Horse power, Maserati style.
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A prototype exists, but will they put it into production?
The 2017 Maserati Levante will start at $72,000 when it goes on sale in the US later this year, and the Levante S will be $83,000. The new crossover will be on display at the New York Auto Show.
A version of the Maserati Levante next year will use the PHEV powertrain from the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid. The model will offer a greener alternative to the luxury crossover's twin-turbocharged V6 engines.
Maserati plans to launch the new GranTurismo and GranCabrio after the Levante. But what about the Alfieri?
Maserati will offer the new Levante - its debut crossover - with three engines, ranging up to 430 horsepower and debuting at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.
Maserati is building an SUV. It's called the Levante, and here's the first look.
There are six leaked images of the new Levante CUV floating about, giving us looks at the inside, and multiple views of the Kubang-inspired exterior.
New spy shots provide our best look at the Maserati Levante's luxurious interior, but there's still clearly a lot of work to finish before the production model's debut.
Maserati is likely to halt production of the Ghibli and Quattroporte at its plant near Turin, Italy, for a week due to slow sales. Fortunately, there's a plan in place to fix the brand's faltering fortunes.