Three Maserati models received an update

Three Maserati models received an update

September 12, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

Another message from Maserati: the Italian automaker revealed that it will bring restyling to the Ghibli, Quattroporte and Levante models.

After the acclaimed premiere of the Maserati MC20 last Tuesday, the Italian automaker never ceases to amaze with the flow of news. After the presentation of Maserati, we got a glimpse into the company’s electric future, which is likely to come very quickly, but in an even shorter term, a small update is expected for Levante, Ghibli and Quattroporte.

This update did not appear out of the blue, as the Ghibli, Quattroporte and Levante have already received the “super-fast” versions of the Trofeo, and the Ghibli – a moderate-hybrid modification. By the way, next year Levante will also get access to Mild-Hybrid technology. And although officially the information that other versions of these models also have the right to update has not been published, Modena confirms that this is indeed the case.

The taillights are the highlight of the 2021 model year update. The light boxes have different layouts for all three models. The triangular LED signature of the past has been replaced by a boomerang shape that not coincidentally resembles the 3200 GT of the 1990s. In addition, the light elements of the lantern in general are slightly darker than before. Another external change can be found in the radiator grille: the vertical stripes, slightly rounded on the 2020 model year cars, follow the Trofeo lines in 2021.

All three models are said to have access to MIA’s new infotainment system. At Quattroporte and Ghibli, it will get a 10.25-inch display, while the Levante may keep its screen a little smaller. Every Maserati is now also “connected,” which means, among other things, that owners can keep track of their vehicle through the Maserati Connect app.