Maserati Ghibli sedans, Quattroporte and Levante crossover with the change of model year have acquired three new configurations at once: GT, Modena and Trofeo. Their differences will be design elements of exterior and interior decoration.
Thus, the GT trim will be offered for the Maserati Ghibli and Levante with a 330-horsepower hybrid unit, as well as for the Quattroporte with a 350-horsepower V6 petrol engine. The junior sedan and crossover will receive new 18-inch wheels, the Maserati Quattroporte will be equipped with 19-inch wheels. The bodies will be decorated with chrome elements, and the interiors will be trimmed with leather.
The Modena version, according to the automaker, is intended for those who “seek a balance of innate elegance, dynamism and driving pleasure.” This variant is available for the Maserati Ghibli and Levante models with a 350-horsepower engine, as well as for the Quattroporte with its 430-horsepower version. These sedans and crossovers will receive more aggressive bumpers, 20-inch wheels and sports seats in the cabin.
Finally, the Trofeo package will only be offered for the most powerful Maserati versions with a 580-horsepower twin-turbo V8 engine. It features 21-inch wheels with red brake calipers, as well as lots of carbon fiber trim and expensive leathers in the cabin.
An additional feature of all three new trim levels will be the use of the new Maserati trident emblem, which was shown on the MC20 supercar. Acceptance of orders for new items in the European market and the United States has already opened.
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