has globally launched the Levante Hybrid. With Levante it pursues the
philosophy behind its entry into the world of electrification. The result is a
hybrid SUV that retains the distinctive roar of every Maserati.
Hybrid combines the 4 cylinder, 2 litre engine with a 48 volt Hybrid system to
recover energy during deceleration and braking. The hybrid car weighs less than
the 6 cylinder engine equivalent (both diesel and gasoline), and above all has
an even better weight distribution since the battery is placed in the rear
without compromising the load capacity and optimally balancing the masses of
the vehicle. All designed to make Levante Hybrid even more agile and fun to drive.
Thanks to a maximum power output of 330 hp and torque of 450 Nm delivered from just 2,250 rpm, the performance data of the new Levante Hybrid, only available with all-wheel drive, is impressive: a top speed of over 240 km/h and acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 6 seconds.
In terms of appearance, the Levante Hybrid launch version is characterised by a new metallic tri- coat colour called Azzurro Astro, available as part of the Brand’s customisation programme, Maserati Fuoriserie.
Other exterior and interior details contribute to this car’s immediately recognisable design: some are in blue, the shade chosen to identify hybrid cars, already used by Maserati on Ghibli Hybrid.
On the exterior, blue characterises the three iconic side air ducts, the brake calipers and the C- pillar logo. The same blue shade reappears inside the car, specifically on the embroidered seams of the seats.
Levante Hybrid is connected, thanks to the new Maserati Connect program. Having your Maserati connected at all times enables an eye to be kept on the car's health, and Maserati Connect will alert the driver when a service is due, improving the customer care experience. With a Smartphone or Smartwatch, drivers can stay in contact with their car via the Maserati Connect App; this is also possible from home via their virtual personal assistant (Amazon Alexa & Google Assist).
L4 Mild Hybrid with eBooster and 48V BSG
Bore x Stroke (mm)
84 x 90
Maximum Power (hp @ rpm)
330 @ 5750
Peak torque (Nm @ rpm)
450 @ 2250
Gasoline Direct Injection GDI
Injection pressure (bar)
1 Mono-scroll turbocharger
1 eBooster 48 V
Variable displacement oil pump
1 chain-drive overhead camshaft with Multiair
Acceleration 0-100 Km/h (s)
Braking distance from 100 to 0 km/h (m)
FUEL CONSUMPTION AND CO2 EMISSIONS
WLTP combined cycle (l/100 km)
TBC *Pending current certification
WLTP combined cycle (g/km)
ZF eight-speed automatic
1st: 5; 2nd: 3.2; 3rd: 2.14; 4th: 1.72; 5th: 1.31; 6th: 1.00; 7th: 0.82; 8th: 0.64;
Reverse: 3.46; final: 3.27
All-wheel drive with limited slip self-locking mechanical rear differential
Double-wishbone, anti-roll bar
Multi-link, anti-roll bar
Ventilated discs 345x32 mm, 2-piston floating calipers
Ventilated discs 330x22 mm, 1-piston floating calipers
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS
L x D x H (mm)
5005 x 1981 x 1693
Front/rear track (mm)
1631 / 1662
Luggage capacity (l)
Fuel tank capacity (l)
Homologated weight (kg)
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