At its small stand at the current Brussels Motor Show in Belgium, Maserati unveils two brand-new models. It comes to Maserati’s first SUV, Levante, which made its public debut at the latest Geneva Motor Show, along with the 2017 Quattroporte. It seems like the carmaker made great waves with these glorious models there.
The models feature some significant upgrades. The 2017 Quattroporte has been restyled standing out a brand-new design of the front bumper and redesigned front grille. To add visual impact to the front, the design team used the new vertical chrome elements to the grille, along with matte black trim accents to the front bumper. Side skirts as well as side view mirrors are finished in matte black. Customers could choose from the base 404-hp model equipped with a 3.0-liter V6 or the top 523-hp beastie coming with a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 one. But the main focus is put on the 2017 Levante, the Maserati’s first-ever and much-anticipated luxury SUV. Sharing its platform with the Ghibli, the ritzy brand-new crossover is powered by a 3.0-liter turbo V6 delivering 345 ponies (the S version comes with the same unit but a bit more powerful, 424hp), all-wheel-drive and an eight-speed automatic transmission. Both models are expected to become true highlights of the event.