Updated Maserati Levante is being testedMay 11, 2020
The car moves on the roads almost without camouflage. Major upgrades will be waiting inside the cabin.
Maserati is preparing an update to its Levante crossover. On Sunday, May 10, the novelty was noticed during the passage of test tests. The car debuted four years ago at the Geneva Motor Show, so the time has come for the first update.
The car is already moving on the roads with virtually no camouflage. There is a logical explanation for this – the main changes will wait in the interior. But the external design almost completely repeats the current model. Of the changes it is worth highlighting only the new taillights and the shape of the rear bumper.
It is expected that the front panel will receive an almost completely new look – it is not by chance that it was covered from prying eyes with a thick layer of camouflage.
After the upgrade, Levante should receive a proprietary, advanced multimedia system called Uconnect. It is expected that under the hood of the new items will be a powerful 4.0-liter V8 engine capable of delivering 590 horsepower. One way or another, it’s not very long to wait for the premiere – the manufacturer is preparing to reveal all the secrets in the second half of this year.
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