FORCE OF NATURE
The Levante SUV embodies the enduring, intrepid and endlessly progressive spirit of Maserati – and it’s part of a story dating back over 100 years. Maserati has a history of naming its cars after the world’s most famous winds. It started in 1963 with the legendary Mistral. Then came the Ghibli, the Bora and the Khamsin. And now the Levante joins the Maserati hall of fame.
GranLusso: accent on luxury
The GranLusso badge is perfectly integrated into the bases of the front wings. The side skirts and other fine details are perfectly colour-matched with the rest of the exterior. The clearly visible brake calipers for the large ventilated discs front and rear are finished in a striking black. The Levante GranLusso also features the convenience of Soft Close Doors. With this, a mechanism quietly and automatically closes each of the four doors when they are left slightly ajar. Finally, the GranLusso trim option stands, ready to serve in luxuriously sporting style, on imposing 19” Zefiro light alloy wheels.
GranSport: more sporting style
Like the GranLusso, the GranSport trim option also features side skirts and other details in the body colour. Similarly, the model name “GranSport” appears at the base of each front wing, while soft-close doors are a welcome extra. There are dashes of sporting colour, too. The GranSport’s mighty 20” Nereo light alloy wheels are fitted with calipers in a bold red and the Trident in the front grille and wheel hubs, along with inserts in the C-pillar-mounted Saetta logo, are in an a richly evocative blue. All in all, the Levante GranSport brings the motor sport heritage into even sharper focus, while also demonstrating a uniquely progressive outlook.