Maserati produces a whole vary of distinctive vehicles, beloved for his or her design and persona. Due to their model, know-how, and innately unique character, they delight probably the most discerning tastes and have at all times been a reference level for the worldwide automotive business.
And now, we meet the brand new Levante Hybrid, Maserati’s first electrified SUV. Taking a serious step ahead in its technique for electrification, Maserati started final yr with the Ghibli Hybrid, and its newest version is “Sooner. Greener. Distinctive”. Sooner than diesel, extra sustainable than diesel or gasoline, and distinctive in its particular traits.
The Maserati SUV, which has already hit record-breaking figures, now presses forward right into a future wherein all new Trident fashions can be electrified. The purpose right here is to enhance efficiency, whereas necessary, staying true to the model and its worth — so there’s the identical velocity and agility, luxurious, and driving delight whereas saving gasoline. The result’s the hybrid SUV that comes full with the identified and beloved Maserati roar.
On the subject of the know-how, the Levante Hybrid merges the 4 cylinders, 2-liter engine with a 48-volt Hybrid system to get better power throughout deceleration and braking. Weighing lower than the 6 cylinder engine equal (each diesel and gasoline), it has an improved weight distribution because the battery is positioned within the rear with out compromising the load capability and optimally balancing the plenty of the car. All this design and know-how know-how comes collectively to make sure that the Levante Hybrid is much more enjoyable and agile to drive, with a prime velocity of over 240 km/h and acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 6 seconds.
As for its aesthetic, the Levante Hybrid launch model encompasses a new metallic ‘Azzurro Astro’ tri-coat colour and is out there as a part of the model’s customization program, Maserati Fuoriserie. There are additionally exterior and inside blue accents, the shade that’s been chosen to determine hybrid vehicles, already utilized by Maserati on Ghibli Hybrid.