It joins the Trofeo as range-topping Levante SUVs.
The luxury GT coupe segment is heating up.
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Ferrari will supply all future powertrains, electrified and conventional.
Spoiler: the Chrysler 200 didn't make it.
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.
In some ways, Maserati had it easier in the 1980s. We don't necessarily mean in a financial sense, or that the cars were especially reliable, but it has to be said both the Biturbo and the third generation Quattroporte are both simple, three-box shapes that are easy to re-create from blocks of solid wood.
Ram and Alfa were bright spots.
The change applies to Ghibli, Quattroporte and Levante.
This is a slightly less hardcore GT430.
Plus, Alfa Romeo and Maserati won't be spun off under Marchionne's watch.
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More details to come after the official reveal.
Maserati makes sense, though, right?
It's a significant change for Maserati, and for FCA as a whole.