Maserati Levante SUV 4x4
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The iconic Italian brand with rich heritage has launched its new 4×4 Maserati Levante in London.

For one evening the Vinyl Factory was morphed into luxurious car gallery, cocktail bar and a lavish Italian food galore courtesy of Maserati. Guests were able to immerse themselves in a full Maserati experience with sumptuous Italian food and complimentary bar. The Italian chef Francesco Mazzei – the Maserati GB ambassador and the “embodiment of the best of Italy,” according to the Maserati GB team – was responsible for the menu on the night. 

Guests were treated to the best entertainment, courtesy of singer Tallia Storm whose powerful voice took guests on the journey into musical classics with never-too-old hits from Amy Winehouse and Sister Sledge.

As to the Levante, luxurious and adventurous, it provides the highest levels of comfort whilst delivering outstanding performance even in the most extreme conditions. There’s no shortage of space or performance either.

All versions come with an eight-speed gearbox, Maserati’s sophisticated intelligent Q4 AWD and a torque vectoring system for a truly exhilarating drive. Levante’s elegant surfaces, spacious leather seats, intuitive onboard controls and exceptional engineering creates a ‘whole new class’ of SUV. Maserati’s unmistakable design is showcased beautifully in the sleek, sporty silhouette keeping the three iconic eye-catching air vents on the front wings. The assertive style of the front grille references the great sporting Maserati’s of the past and features the legendary Trident badge the ultimate symbol of exclusivity from this iconic marque.

The Maserati Levante SUV is available to order as of today, with on the road price from £53K.

 Technical Information of Maserati Levante

  • RRP:                               From £53,780
  • Acceleration 0-62 mph:    6.9 seconds
  • Dimensions:                     5,003 mm L x 1,968 mm W x 1,679 mm H
  • Fuel economy:                39 mpg combined (34 city, 43 highway)
  • Max speed:                      142.9 mph
  • Horsepower:                   202 kW

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