Since Maserati Levante debuted in 2016 as a 2017 model, this large Ghibli based SUV has missed one thing: a V8 engine. However, this fall, upon the arrival of 2019 Maserati Levante, the Maserati SUV will be available with a choice of V8, the two 3.8 liter turbo units hand-assembled by Ferrari.
The new features of the 2019 Maserati Levante, such as the high performance editions, the 2019 Maserati Levante GTS, will not look the same as the conventional design. The car will get a new defense with a potential consumption of air duct to increase the immediate air around the car. You can also buy a smooth bottom plate. This could allow it to go faster than normal, but it would deprive the vehicle of its off-road capabilities. At the rear, you can see a larger spoiler and a new fender. The second would include a diffuser/extractor much larger than the previous one, as well as a single fatigue. It is likely that the tires are not only wider but also wider, allowing you to provide wider tires.
The design of the cabin of the 2019 Maserati Levante, the medial side of the car will probably not change much more than is currently available. The frequent types of 2019 Maserati Levante will remain the same as in the last edition. The GTS, on the other hand, could have slightly more flexible seats and a new leader, as well as the peripheral group. The car continues with emotion with all the usual furniture, the right places in wood, metal or graphite and the largest space available.
While the idea of setting the limits for a 4,800 pound SUV equipped with a 550 horsepower V8 on a wet track seemed daunting at first, our fears quickly dissipated. This five seater Italian SUV performed remarkably well on the M1 Concourse curve, hiding its imposing size, displaying a good overall balance and surprisingly good grip. Also very noteworthy: as I dipped into the throttle stick that came out of several bends, the 2019 Maserati Levante rear squatted when the rear wheels caught and turned the GTS forward, reducing the time between turns. So it’s no wonder that the 2019 Maserati Levante all wheel drive system, complete with a quiet and robust helical gearbox, sends all the power to a limited slip rear differential with torque vectoring. But if a wheel slip is detected in the rear, up to 50% of the power of this Maserati can be transmitted to the front wheels. As such, this Q4 system gives the 2019 Maserati Levante an entertaining rear wheel drive, but with the underlying stability and safety offered by the AWD system.
The cost estimate and price rumors of 2019 Maserati Levante could prove to be the most efficient car in its class but also the fastest, which is not a relatively easy job to achieve. At this point, the facts will always be limited. However, the vehicle could be launched in early 2019 and the estimated cost will be much higher compared to the $ 73,000 of its existing 2019 Maserati Levante.