Though there is still camouflage and a large display screen hiding most of the interior, some of the details can be seen. A large touschreen will be fit in the center stack, likely controlled by the knob seen in the center console of the vehicle.
A shift lever is used in the same center console, while large paddle shifters are fit behind the steering wheel, offering the driver the ability to shit gears themselves. A set of bolstered sport seats are also present, hinting at the sporty nature of this SUV.
A modified version of the Ghibli and Quattroporte’s platform will underpin the Levante, which means that a 3.0-liter supercharged V6 and a larged 3.8-liter V8 should be offered. A high-performance GTS model is also likely to eventually join the lineup.
Currently the Maserati Levante is expected to make its official debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show in March ahead of production starting in Turin, Italy before the end of 2016.
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