Maserati SUV Will Not be Called Kubang

It’s been well documented that when the Maserati SUV finally hits production form, it would no longer be called the Kubang. But confirmation from Maserati’s director of product planning has reconfirmed that the Kubang is simply applied only to the SUV’s concept.

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Maserati Kubang Production Version to Bow at 2014 Detroit Auto Show

This years Beijing Auto Show marks the final stop for the Maserati Kubang SUV concept, as the next time we see the Maserati SUV, it will be in production form. 

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Maserati Levante Name Trademarked for New Sports Sedan

Maserati is readying three new production models for the market, one of which will bear the name “Levante”. The question is, which one?

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Maserati To Unveil Kubang SUV In Detroit

Let’s hope this alliance will bear better fruit this time around, as Maserati is set to unveil their Kubang SUV concept at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit next month.

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Maserati Kubang SUV Takes to the Street, Virtually That is [Video]

Maserati gave us our first look at its upcoming Kubang SUV at the Frankfurt Motor Show. It didn’t make out Top 10 list of show reveals. Not even close. While an excellent idea and vital for the survival of the brand, other than from straight-on, the luxury truck just doesn’t look right.

Perhaps the SUV’s biggest issue is that it’s hard to live up to designs as beautiful as the GranTurismo. Still, we expect more from an Italian automaker.

Based on the response there’s hope Maserati will re-jig the Kubang’s look. No official production details have been given, but with the car based on the same platform as the 2012 Mercedes ML (and Jeep Grand Cherokee), there’s little doubt it could hit dealers within a year.

To help keep interest alive, Maserati has released a video of the Kubang, some of which displays terrible CGI. But with added dimensions, is your opinion of the Kubang any different?

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Maserati Kubang SUV Unveiled as Italian Brand's First Truck: Frankfurt Auto Show 2011

It probably isn’t surprising, considering that more and more luxury automakers are looking to add volume product to their portfolios; indeed Maserati has been toying with the idea of a SUV for some time.

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