The Maserati Levante SUV is one of the sleeker-looking models of its ilk. The Novitec Maserati Levante makes the Italian model even more noticeable while also ramping up the power ratings and improving dynamic prowess as well.
The most obvious and eye-catching upgrade to the Novitec Maserati Levante is the adoption of a widebody kit. The Esteso widebody version for the current Maserati Levante GranSport, GTS and Trofeo models helps set these high-performance versions apart from other Maserati SUVs. At its widest point, across the rear fenders, the kit measures a whopping 2 090 mm, 120 mm wider than standard. The eight-piece kit includes fender extensions, which adapt the flares to the front and rear bumper. A rear spoiler made from naked carbon and a naked-carbon hood scoop is also optionally available.
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Setting off the wider body is a set of custom made centre-lock look alloys with Y-shaped spokes. These measure 22x10J and 22x12J front and rear, respectively, and are shod with 295/30 tyres at the front and 335/25s on the rear axle. The alloys are available in matte or glossy black with polished surfaces. A 25 mm lowered ride height closes the gap between the new wheels and wheel arches.
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Novitec has massaged the top-of-the-range model Trofeo’s 3,8-litre twin-turbo V8. Max power is now 459 kW at 7 700 r/min with peak torque of 820 N.m delivered between 2 200 and 3 400 r/min. Novitec says the tuned V8 Levante can sprint from zero to 100 km/h in just 3,8 seconds. The top speed is rated as a Lamborghini Urus-beating 309 km/h. Read our Urus driving review here.
If you drive one of the six-cylinder Maseratis then you’ll be pleased to know that power upgrades are available for both engines as well. In the V6 petrol, power ratings jump to 363 kW/660 N.m. That allows it to accelerate from zero to 100 km/h in just 4,8 seconds and reaches a top speed of 272 km/h. The six-cylinder turbodiesel now has 237 kW with peak torque grows to 680 N.m. The benchmark sprint from rest to 100 km/h takes just 6,2 seconds.