Elegance, strength, boldness. The Levante embodies the soul of Maserati, and symbolizes the absolute best of Italian design. A unique, innovative SUV style, combining spaciousness with coupé lines, while maintaining a proud link to the Maserati tradition
From its sleek headlights, to the characteristic Maserati rear pillar, the Levante’s side profile is assertive and stylish, with its unique coupé-style look. With its frameless doors, distinctive side-vents, and rear wings emphasizing its shape and strength, the Levante features the elegance of a true Italian masterpiece, sharpened by an adventurous edge.
Athletic, Adventurous, & Attractive
The great sporting Maseratis of the past are at the heart of the inspiration for the Levante’s front concave grille. Its design is accentuated by the flow of the front wings, which emphasize the shape of the engine compartment lid. The rear pillar is adorned with the Saetta logo, as first seen on the Quattroporte in 1963. In the center of the grille, Maserati’s iconic Trident symbol confers the ultimate touch of exclusivity, strength and elegance.
High Efficiency, Low Drag
The Levante’s innovative 3.0L V6 Twin-Turbo engine boasts an impressive 424 HP that enables it to surge from 0 to 60 mph in just 5.0 seconds, with a top speed of 164 mph. The Start-Stop system shuts down the engine whenever the car stops and restarts it automatically when it is time to move off again, effectively reducing fuel consumption and emissions.
The Levante’s Air Shutter controls the flow of air through to the engine compartment. By way of constant, meticulous adjustments, the Air Shutter regulates engine temperature, increasing efficiency and reducing the aerodynamic drag of the car, thus reducing fuel consumption and emissions.
Providing Unparalleled Style & Comfort
Premium leather, fine woods, handcrafted contrast stitching, and much more — Levante’s interior offers many unique and luxurious finishes. From the premium finishes all the way to technology accessories, the Levante features all of the uncompromising luxury only Maserati can offer.
The Levante features stunning style, inside, as well as outside. Spacious interiors and ergonomic front seats embrace their occupants, providing excellent support, regardless of the terrain. Passengers in the rear benefit from an asymmetrically split, leather bench seat that comfortably fits up to three people.
|424-hp @ 5,750 rpm
|Fuel tank capacity
|3.0 L V6
|428 lbs.-ft. @ 1,750 rpm
|197.0 in (5,003 mm)
|77.5 in (1,968 mm)
|66.1 in (1,679 mm)
|118.3 in (3,004 mm)
|14 City / 19-20 HWY
|Engine bore x stroke
|3.4″ x 3.3″
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Greenwich, CT 06830
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