Pack: Maserati MY21: Ghibli, Quattroporte and Levante Arrive in North America

  • Substantial changes to the styling of the entire range: Ghibli, Quattroporte and Levante, now with a more unified identity.
  • A new front grille and new rear light clusters change the look of the two sedans and the SUV.
  • Constantly connected, thanks to the new Maserati Connect* program.
  • New generation MIA (Maserati Intelligent Assistant) multimedia system based on Android Automotive with digital content and an innovative User Experience


Auburn Hills, MI  -  9 December 2020  -  Maserati renews the entire range with the Ghibli, Quattroporte and Levante MY21. Elegant, non-invasive restyling refreshes the look of the two sedans (Ghibli and Quattroporte) and the Maserati of SUVs, the Levante, while there is a substantial upgrade to the multimedia system in terms of both appearance and technology. The aim of the MY21 is to give the entire Maserati range a unified identity, by creating a common language for Ghibli, Quattroporte and Levante.

The distinctive features of the MY21 versions are the new front grille and the new rear light clusters, which have a boomerang shape inspired by that introduced in the late 1990s by Giugiaro's 3200 GT. With these updates, the MY21 versions of the two sedans and the Levante will be recognizable at a glance.

Exterior
With MY21, the entire Maserati range is refreshed so that all the Brand's models speak the same stylistic language. Every model will have specific changes, united by the same philosophy.

Maserati Ghibli
Ghibli MY21 has an updated new front grille that will make it even more elegant and unmistakable. This new front grille is characterized by a distinctive feature: the Maserati tuning fork. In fact, the updated front grille is based on this shape, and comes in chrome in the GranLusso trim and in even more aggressive, sportier Piano Black in the GranSport trim.

Like the other cars in the Trident Brand's range, Ghibli also transforms its rear look, with the development of a new light cluster with a style known as boomerang design, inspired by many historic Maserati models and typical of the Brand's genetic identity. It is a distinctive feature of all MY21 cars and appears on all Ghibli MY21 trims. To emphasize the boomerang shape, the clusters have been produced with a state-of-the-art 3K injection moulding technology, thanks to which the unit has been given a three-color lens: black around the edge, red in the middle and clear in the bottom section. The light cluster is produced in 2 versions: black for the attractive "Black pack" trims and lighter for the more refined GranLusso trims, achieved by just varying the color of the internal upper surround.

There is no change in the differentiation between GranLusso and GranSport with regard to all other details. Ghibli GranLusso stands out for its enhanced exterior finish. As in previous trims, it is created using exclusive materials and with special features in the finest tradition of Italian craftsmanship. Externally, alongside the Adaptive Full LED headlights, the trim is distinguished for the chrome inserts on the front bumper, the GranLusso badge at the base of the front wing, the body-color side skirts, the black brake calipers and the 19-inch Poseidone alloy wheels. Externally, on the other hand, the GranSport features Adaptive Full LED headlights and is also recognizable for the Piano Black inserts on the front bumper, the GranSport badge on the front wing, body-color side skirts, red brake calipers and, last but not least, the 20-inch Urano polished alloy wheels.

Maserati Quattroporte
The Maserati flagship, the Quattroporte, is also updated with a modified front grille, with the same design ingredient as on the Ghibli: the tuning fork. On the Quattroporte, again, the front grille comes in chrome for the GranLusso trim and Piano Black for GranSport.

At the rear, Quattroporte also adopts the new boomerang design light cluster in all trims, with the same characteristics as described for Ghibli. The distinguishing features of the GranLusso and GranSport trims are unchanged from the previous models. One of the identifying details of the GranLusso trim is its front lower fascia design, featuring an elegant floating-bridge element and a very understated splitter, and rounded off with a chrome bumper finish and body-color bumper profiles.

The profile incorporates side skirts, while on the rear the look is even cleaner, characterized by a retro-reflector beautifully integrated in the car's line and the body-colored spoiler. The Quattroporte GranSport features center and side air intakes with dedicated design, which improves the cooling function while showcasing an aggressive front area. The bumper’s lower fascia is linked to the grille with aerodynamic-inspired splits. The back is characterized by a striking composition of the central panel and the two cut outs at the outside edges that focus attention on the exhausts. A Piano Black spoiler completes the rear view.

Maserati Levante
The design concept of the Levante combines coupé lines with interior space for five people and exceptional aerodynamic efficiency. “The Maserati of SUVs” is instantly recognizable from a distance, thanks to its imposing grille, which was inspired by the sensational Alfieri concept, but also pays homage to historic Maserati cars like the Tipo 60 Birdcage. With MY21, Levante also updates its front to feature the innovative front grille with tuning fork design. This front grille comes in chrome for the GranLusso trim and Piano Black for the GranSport.

Like the sedans, Levante MY21 will also be equipped with the new boomerang design rear light clusters, as described for Ghibli and Quattroporte. A new style that refreshes the Levante's look very effectively.

The existing differences between the various trims remain unchanged for MY21. On the GranSport trim the side air intakes in the lower fascia have a more aggressive design, defined by two aerodynamic wings that give a sense of further stability, visually “pushing” the weight of the car’s nose towards the massive front wheels. The side bezel blades and the splitter are styled to improve the airflow distribution. The wider, more muscular rear end has a sharper horizontal element and a body-color lower extractor embracing the four exhaust tips.

Alongside the sportier bumpers, the GranSport exterior is also discernible for the front and rear Piano Black inserts, the GranSport badges on the front fenders, the gloss red brake calipers and the 20-inch Nereo wheels.

The GranLusso trim is identified on the exterior by a series of elegant chrome inserts in the front fascia, silver front/rear skid plates, body color rear spoiler, gloss black-painted brake calipers, 19-inch Zefiro alloy wheels and GranLusso badges on the fenders.

Interior
The main changes to the interior of the MY21 are concentrated in the central display and instrument cluster, with major updates introduced. The central screen, enlarged from 8”4 with a ratio of 4:3 to 10”1 with a ratio of 16:10, is now frameless for a more contemporary look, with almost all the surrounding bezel removed. This new high-resolution display with multi-touch function carries a new graphic interface that mixes black with a golden color to enhance its elegance. The glass in the top of the display is now curved for a more elegant, less sharp-edged effect. This feature may be familiar from other sectors, but is used here for the first time in automotive design.

The same screen has been installed on both Ghibli and Quattroporte, while Levante retains the 8”4 display but with improved resolution and graphics and above all with a visual effect that makes it look like a single curved screen with the air vents cut into it, enabling vertical reading of the whole display.  The name Maserati is screen-printed on the back of the screen in the bottom of the display, for a three-dimensional effect.

On all three cars, there has also been a subtle but very sophisticated change to the instrument cluster, which now includes a large rev counter and speedometer (still analog but with updated graphics) on either side of a 7” TFT display. Much of the plastic from the previous versions has been eliminated, and replaced with real anti-dazzle flat glass covers over the instruments. All these changes give the instrument cluster a more high-tech look and generate a richer impression. Effects are achieved by alternating glossy and matte blacks. The perimeter ring which contains the numbers is reflective glossy black, while the central ring containing the indicator lights is matte black.

The resolution and graphics of the display between the rev counter and speedometer have also been updated; they now match those of the large central screen, with the introduction of gilded surrounds for a more distinctive, luxurious look.

ADAS: introduction of Active Driving Assist
Although ADAS are valuable assets for ensuring a safer driving experience, Maserati also remains faithful to its core philosophy as a manufacturer of race-bred grand touring cars with superior dynamics capable of offering an unparalleled driving experience. In MY21, Active Driving Assist is added to the ADAS already available on Ghibli, Quattroporte and Levante.

Active Driving Assist: this is an evolution of Highway Assist, introduced with MY18. A “hands-on” function (the driver is required to stay in control of the car at all times), it is intended for use on any kind of well-maintained road.  While previous versions were only usable on highways, today it is available on any well-maintained road at speeds up to 90 mph (145 km/h) with the Adaptive Cruise Control system activated. It reduces driver fatigue and consequently enhances active safety by allowing the car to keep itself centered in its lane and to adapt its pre-selected speed in full autonomy.

The system employs a radar unit and a forward-looking camera and works with the EPS to control the direction of the car. The multi-function camera detects horizontal road markings and calculates the distance and speed of the preceding vehicle. Highway Assist includes a radio that provides road information, and a ‘hands on wheel’ detection system. The driver can override the system at any time.

New generation Multimedia System
All MY21 models are complete with an array of technology upgrades, including also the new generation MIA (Maserati Intelligent Assistant) multimedia system. The heart of MIA is the powerful Android Automotive operating system, which offers a completely new, innovative, higher-performing User Experience, with full personalization to the driver's use preferences. The HD screen of the MIA system is enlarged from 8”4 with a ratio of 4:3 to 10”1 with a ratio of 16:10 and is now frameless for a more contemporary look, with almost all the surrounding bezel removed on the sedan models. This new high-resolution display with multi-touch function carries a new graphic interface that mixes black with a golden color to enhance its elegance. The glass in the top of the display is now curved for a more elegant, less sharp-edged effect. This feature may be familiar from other sectors, but is here used for the first time in automotive design.

Always connected with Maserati Connect*
With effect from MY21 all Maserati cars are connected thanks to the new Maserati Connect program.

Having the 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.

Maserati Connect also enhances safety and security, with assistance in emergencies and in case of car theft.

With a Smartphone or Smartwatch, drivers can always stay in contact with their Maserati thanks to the Maserati Connect app; this is also possible from home via their virtual personal assistant (Amazon Alexa & Google Assist).

Through the MIA (Maserati Intelligent Assistant) multimedia system, the Maserati Connect connected services deliver a new experience for the driver and passengers. Thanks to the integrated, connected navigation system, the driver always has the latest traffic information in real time, as well as constantly updated maps. MIA also enables activation of Amazon Alexa services or a Wifi Hotspot inside the Maserati.

*Availability may vary from country to country.

 

 

GHIBLI TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

 
 

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

GHIBLI

GHIBLI S

GHIBLI S Q4

GHIBLI V8 TROFEO

 

Engine

 

Engine layout

Petrol 60° V6,  Twin Turbo  - direct injection (GDI)

Petrol 90° V8, twin-turbo – direct injection (GDI)

 
 

Displacement (cc)

2.979

2.979

3.799

 

Bore x stroke (mm)

86,5 x 84,5

86,5 x 84,5

86,5 x 80,8

 

Compression ratio

9,7:1

9,7:1

9,44:1

 

Max. power output (hp @ rpm)

345 @ 5.500

424 @ 5.750

580 @ 6.750

 

Peak torque (lb-ft @ rpm)

369 @1750-  4.500

428 @ 2,250-4,000

538 @ 2.250 – 5.250   

 

Fuel injection

Direct Injection (GDI)

Direct Injection (GDI)

 

Injection pressure (bar)

200

200

 

Induction

2 Twin scroll turbocharger

2 Twin scroll turbocharger

 
 

Crankshaft

High resistance nitride steel with 4 main bearings

Forged steel (crossplane crankshaft)

 

Lubrication

Variable displacement oil pump

Variable displacement oil pump

 

Timing system

Chain-driven DOHC per bank with double continuous cam phasing.

Chain-driven DOHC per bank with double continuous cam phasing.

 

PERFORMANCE

 

0-100 km/h (sec)

5,5

4,9

4,7

4,3

 

0-62 mph (sec)

 5.5

 4.9

 4.7

4

 

Top speed (km/h)

267

286

286

326

 

Top speed mph

166

178

178

203

 

Braking distance from 100 to 0 (m)

35,5

35,0

35,0

34,0

 

FUEL CONSUMPTION AND CO2 EMISSIONS

 

WLTP combined cycle (l/100 km)

11,2 – 11,8

11,3 – 11,9

12,1 – 12,6

12,3-12,6

 

WLTP combined cycle (g/km)

254 - 268

254 – 268

274 – 283

279-285

 

US Fuel Economy  highway/city/combined mpg

17/25/20

17/25/20

16/24/19

13/20/16

 

 

 

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

GHIBLI

GHIBLI S

GHIBLI S Q4

GHIBLI V8 TROFEO

TRANSMISSION

Gearbox

ZF eight-speed automatic

Gear ratios

For Ghibli, Ghibli S, Ghibli SQ 4, and V8 Trofeo: 1st: 4,71; 2nd: 3,14; 3rd: 2,11; 4th: 1,67; 5th: 1,28; 6th: 1,00; 7th: 0,84; 8th: 0,67; Reverse: 3,32; final: 2,80

Transmission

Rear-wheel drive with rear Limited-Slip Differential

Q4 Intelligent All-Wheel-Drive with rear Limited-slip Differential

Rear-wheel drive with rear Limited-Slip Differential

SUSPENSION

Front Suspension

Double-wishbone, Skyhook shock absorbers, anti-roll bar

Rear suspension

Multi-link, Skyhook shock absorbers, anti-roll bar

BRAKES

Front

345 x 28 mm ventilated discs, Brembo 4-piston fixed calipers

360 x 32 mm ventilated & drilled discs, Brembo 6-piston fixed calipers

380x34 mm ventilated discs, Brembo 6-piston fixed calipers

Rear

330 x 22 mm ventilated discs, single piston floating calipers

330 x 22 mm ventilated discs, single piston floating calipers

345x28 mm ventilated discs, piston fixed Brembo

DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS

Front/rear tires

R19

R19

245/40 R20 / 285/35 R20

L x D x H (mm)

4.971 x 1.945 (without mirrors) x 1.461

L x D x H (inches)

195.7 x  76.5 (without mirrors) x 57.5

Wheelbase (mm)

2.998

Wheelbase (inches)

118

Front/rear track (mm)

1.635 / 1.653

Front/rear track

64 / 65

(inches)

Luggage capacity (l)

500

Luggage capacity (gallons)

132

Fuel tank capacity (l)

80

 

80

 

Fuel tank capacity (gallons)

21

 

21

 

Medium weight

1.95

2.02

 

2.02

 

Homologated weight (kg)

1.85

1.935

 

1.96

 

Homologated weight (pounds)

4078

4265

 

4321

 

 

 

QUATTROPORTE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

QUATTROPORTE

QUATTROPORTE

QUATTROPORTE

S

S Q4

TROFEO

ENGINE

Engine layout

Petrol 60°  V6, Twin Turbo - direct injection GDI

Petrol 90° V8, twin-turbo – direct injection (GDI)

Displacement (cc)

2.979

3.799

Bore x stroke (mm)

86,5 x 84,5

86,5 x 80,8

Compression ratio

9,7:1

9,44:1

Max. power output (hp @ rpm)

424 @ 5.750

580 @ 6.750

Peak torque (Nm @ rpm)

428 @ 2.250 - 4.000

538 @ 2.250 – 5.250

Fuel injection

Direct injection (GDI)

Injection pressure (bar)

200

Induction

2 Twin scroll turbocharger

Crankshaft

High resistance nitride steel with 4 main bearings

Forged steel (crossplane crankshaft)

Timing system

Chain-driven DOHC per bank with double continuous cam phasing

PERFORMANCE

0-100 km/h (sec)

5,0

4,8

4,5

0-62 mph (sec)

5.0 

 4.8

4.2

Top speed (km/h)

288

288

326

Top speed mph

179

179

203

Braking distance from 100 to 0 (m)

35,5

34,0

FUEL CONSUMPTION AND CO2 EMISSIONS

WLTP combined cycle (l/100 km)

11,4 – 12,0

12,2 – 12,6

12.2-12.5

WLTP combined cycle (g/km)

257 – 270

274 - 285

276-282

US Fuel Economy highway/city/combined  mpg

16/24/19

16/24/19

13/20/16

 

 

 

LEVANTE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

 

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

LEVANTE

LEVANTE S

 

LEVANTE TROFEO

LEVANTE GTS

ENGINE

Engine layout

Petrol 60° V6,  Twin Turbo  - direct injection (GDI)

 

Petrol 90° V8, twin-turbo – direct injection (GDI)

Petrol 90° V8, twin-turbo – direct injection (GDI)

Displacement (cc)

2,979

2,979

 

3,799

3,799

Bore x stroke (mm)

86.5 x 84.5

86.5 x 84.5

 

86.5 x 80.8

86.5 x 80.8

Compression ratio

9.7:1

9.7:1

 

9.44:1

9.44:1

Max. power output (hp @ rpm)

345 @ 5,750

424 @ 5,750

 

580 @ 6,750

550 @ 6,250

Peak torque (Lb-ft @ rpm)

369 @ 1,750 – 4,750

428 @ 2,000 – 4,750

 

538 @ 2,500 – 5,000

538 @ 2,500 – 5,000

Fuel injection

Direct Fuel Injection

 

Direct Fuel Injection

Direct Fuel Injection

Induction

Two twin-scroll turbochargers

Two twin-scroll turbochargers

 

Two twin-scroll turbochargers

Two twin-scroll turbochargers

Lubrication

Variable displacement oil pump

 

Variable displacement oil pump

Variable displacement oil pump

Timing system

Chain-driven DOHC per bank with double continuous cam phasing

 

Chain-driven DOHC per bank with double continuous cam phasing

Chain-driven DOHC per bank with double continuous cam phasing

PERFORMANCE

0-100 km/h (sec)

5.8

5.0

 

3.8

4.0

0-62 mph (sec)

5.8

5.0

 

3.8

4.0

Top speed (km/h)

251

264

 

302

292

Top speed (mph)

156

164

 

187

181

Braking distance from 100 to 0 (m)

36.0

34.5

 

34.5

34.5

FUEL CONSUMPTION AND CO2 EMISSIONS

WLTP combined cycle (l/100 km)

12,5 – 13,4

12,6 – 13,3

 

15.9 – 16.0

15,8 – 16,0

WLTP combined cycle (g/km

283 - 303

286 - 301

 

359 - 363

357 - 363

US Fuel Economy (city/highway/combined  mpg)

16/22/18

16/22/18

 

13/20/16

13/20/16

TRANSMISSION

Gearbox

ZF eight-speed automatic

Gear ratios

1st: 4.71; 2nd: 3.14; 3rd: 2.11; 4th: 1.67; 5th: 1.28; 6th: 1.00; 7th: 0.84; 8th: 0.67; Reverse: 3.32; Final: 3.27

Transmission

Q4 Intelligent All-Wheel-Drive with rear Limited-slip Differential

SUSPENSION

Front Suspension

Double-wishbone, adjustable Air Springs, Skyhook shock absorbers

Rear suspension

Multi-link, adjustable air springs, Skyhook shock absorbers

BRAKES

Front

345 x 32 mm ventilated discs 2-piston floating calipers

380 x 34 mm ventilated discs, Brembo 6-piston fixed calipers

 

380 x 34 mm ventilated discs, Brembo 6-piston fixed calipers

Rear

330 x 22 mm ventilated discs (drilled for 424hp) single piston floating MOC caliper

 

345 x 28 mm ventilated discs, Brembo 4-piston fixed calipers

Front/rear tires

265/50 R19

265/50 ZR19 front - 295/45 ZR19 rear

 

265/35R22 front - 295/30R22 rear

265/45 R20 front - 295/40 R20 rear

DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS

L x D x H (mm)

5,005 x 1,981 (without mirrors) x 1,696

5,020/ 1,981 (without mirrors) /1,698

5,020/ 1,981 (without mirrors)  /1,698

L x D x H (inches)

197 x 77.9 (without mirrors) x 66.7

197.6 / 77.9 (without mirrors)  / 66.8

197.6 / 77.9 (without mirrors)  / 66.8

Wheelbase (mm)

3,004

Wheelbase (inches)

118.3

Front/rear track (mm)

1,637

1,699

Front/rear track (inches)

64.4 / 65.4

64.4 / 66.8

Luggage capacity (l)

580 / 1,625

580 / 1,625

580 / 1,625

Luggage capacity (cubic feet)

20.5 / 57

20.5 / 57

20.5 / 57

Fuel tank capacity (liters)

80

80

80

Fuel tank capacity (cubic feet)

2.8

2.8

2.8

Curb weight (pounds)

4,994

4,994

 

5,070

5,070

 

For more information visit:

US: https://www.maseratiusa.com/us/en/models

CANADA: https://www.maserati.ca/ca/en/models

Maserati MY21: Ghibli, Quattroporte and Levante Arrive in North America

  • Substantial changes to the styling of the entire range: Ghibli, Quattroporte and Levante, now with a more unified identity.
  • A new front grille and new rear light clusters change the look of the two sedans and the SUV.
  • Constantly connected, thanks to the new Maserati Connect* program.
  • New generation MIA (Maserati Intelligent Assistant) multimedia system based on Android Automotive with digital content and an innovative User Experience


Auburn Hills, MI  -  9 December 2020  -  Maserati renews the entire range with the Ghibli, Quattroporte and Levante MY21. Elegant, non-invasive restyling refreshes the look of the two sedans (Ghibli and Quattroporte) and the Maserati of SUVs, the Levante, while there is a substantial upgrade to the multimedia system in terms of both appearance and technology. The aim of the MY21 is to give the entire Maserati range a unified identity, by creating a common language for Ghibli, Quattroporte and Levante.

The distinctive features of the MY21 versions are the new front grille and the new rear light clusters, which have a boomerang shape inspired by that introduced in the late 1990s by Giugiaro's 3200 GT. With these updates, the MY21 versions of the two sedans and the Levante will be recognizable at a glance.

Exterior
With MY21, the entire Maserati range is refreshed so that all the Brand's models speak the same stylistic language. Every model will have specific changes, united by the same philosophy.

Maserati Ghibli
Ghibli MY21 has an updated new front grille that will make it even more elegant and unmistakable. This new front grille is characterized by a distinctive feature: the Maserati tuning fork. In fact, the updated front grille is based on this shape, and comes in chrome in the GranLusso trim and in even more aggressive, sportier Piano Black in the GranSport trim.

Like the other cars in the Trident Brand's range, Ghibli also transforms its rear look, with the development of a new light cluster with a style known as boomerang design, inspired by many historic Maserati models and typical of the Brand's genetic identity. It is a distinctive feature of all MY21 cars and appears on all Ghibli MY21 trims. To emphasize the boomerang shape, the clusters have been produced with a state-of-the-art 3K injection moulding technology, thanks to which the unit has been given a three-color lens: black around the edge, red in the middle and clear in the bottom section. The light cluster is produced in 2 versions: black for the attractive "Black pack" trims and lighter for the more refined GranLusso trims, achieved by just varying the color of the internal upper surround.

There is no change in the differentiation between GranLusso and GranSport with regard to all other details. Ghibli GranLusso stands out for its enhanced exterior finish. As in previous trims, it is created using exclusive materials and with special features in the finest tradition of Italian craftsmanship. Externally, alongside the Adaptive Full LED headlights, the trim is distinguished for the chrome inserts on the front bumper, the GranLusso badge at the base of the front wing, the body-color side skirts, the black brake calipers and the 19-inch Poseidone alloy wheels. Externally, on the other hand, the GranSport features Adaptive Full LED headlights and is also recognizable for the Piano Black inserts on the front bumper, the GranSport badge on the front wing, body-color side skirts, red brake calipers and, last but not least, the 20-inch Urano polished alloy wheels.

Maserati Quattroporte
The Maserati flagship, the Quattroporte, is also updated with a modified front grille, with the same design ingredient as on the Ghibli: the tuning fork. On the Quattroporte, again, the front grille comes in chrome for the GranLusso trim and Piano Black for GranSport.

At the rear, Quattroporte also adopts the new boomerang design light cluster in all trims, with the same characteristics as described for Ghibli. The distinguishing features of the GranLusso and GranSport trims are unchanged from the previous models. One of the identifying details of the GranLusso trim is its front lower fascia design, featuring an elegant floating-bridge element and a very understated splitter, and rounded off with a chrome bumper finish and body-color bumper profiles.

The profile incorporates side skirts, while on the rear the look is even cleaner, characterized by a retro-reflector beautifully integrated in the car's line and the body-colored spoiler. The Quattroporte GranSport features center and side air intakes with dedicated design, which improves the cooling function while showcasing an aggressive front area. The bumper’s lower fascia is linked to the grille with aerodynamic-inspired splits. The back is characterized by a striking composition of the central panel and the two cut outs at the outside edges that focus attention on the exhausts. A Piano Black spoiler completes the rear view.

Maserati Levante
The design concept of the Levante combines coupé lines with interior space for five people and exceptional aerodynamic efficiency. “The Maserati of SUVs” is instantly recognizable from a distance, thanks to its imposing grille, which was inspired by the sensational Alfieri concept, but also pays homage to historic Maserati cars like the Tipo 60 Birdcage. With MY21, Levante also updates its front to feature the innovative front grille with tuning fork design. This front grille comes in chrome for the GranLusso trim and Piano Black for the GranSport.

Like the sedans, Levante MY21 will also be equipped with the new boomerang design rear light clusters, as described for Ghibli and Quattroporte. A new style that refreshes the Levante's look very effectively.

The existing differences between the various trims remain unchanged for MY21. On the GranSport trim the side air intakes in the lower fascia have a more aggressive design, defined by two aerodynamic wings that give a sense of further stability, visually “pushing” the weight of the car’s nose towards the massive front wheels. The side bezel blades and the splitter are styled to improve the airflow distribution. The wider, more muscular rear end has a sharper horizontal element and a body-color lower extractor embracing the four exhaust tips.

Alongside the sportier bumpers, the GranSport exterior is also discernible for the front and rear Piano Black inserts, the GranSport badges on the front fenders, the gloss red brake calipers and the 20-inch Nereo wheels.

The GranLusso trim is identified on the exterior by a series of elegant chrome inserts in the front fascia, silver front/rear skid plates, body color rear spoiler, gloss black-painted brake calipers, 19-inch Zefiro alloy wheels and GranLusso badges on the fenders.

Interior
The main changes to the interior of the MY21 are concentrated in the central display and instrument cluster, with major updates introduced. The central screen, enlarged from 8”4 with a ratio of 4:3 to 10”1 with a ratio of 16:10, is now frameless for a more contemporary look, with almost all the surrounding bezel removed. This new high-resolution display with multi-touch function carries a new graphic interface that mixes black with a golden color to enhance its elegance. The glass in the top of the display is now curved for a more elegant, less sharp-edged effect. This feature may be familiar from other sectors, but is used here for the first time in automotive design.

The same screen has been installed on both Ghibli and Quattroporte, while Levante retains the 8”4 display but with improved resolution and graphics and above all with a visual effect that makes it look like a single curved screen with the air vents cut into it, enabling vertical reading of the whole display.  The name Maserati is screen-printed on the back of the screen in the bottom of the display, for a three-dimensional effect.

On all three cars, there has also been a subtle but very sophisticated change to the instrument cluster, which now includes a large rev counter and speedometer (still analog but with updated graphics) on either side of a 7” TFT display. Much of the plastic from the previous versions has been eliminated, and replaced with real anti-dazzle flat glass covers over the instruments. All these changes give the instrument cluster a more high-tech look and generate a richer impression. Effects are achieved by alternating glossy and matte blacks. The perimeter ring which contains the numbers is reflective glossy black, while the central ring containing the indicator lights is matte black.

The resolution and graphics of the display between the rev counter and speedometer have also been updated; they now match those of the large central screen, with the introduction of gilded surrounds for a more distinctive, luxurious look.

ADAS: introduction of Active Driving Assist
Although ADAS are valuable assets for ensuring a safer driving experience, Maserati also remains faithful to its core philosophy as a manufacturer of race-bred grand touring cars with superior dynamics capable of offering an unparalleled driving experience. In MY21, Active Driving Assist is added to the ADAS already available on Ghibli, Quattroporte and Levante.

Active Driving Assist: this is an evolution of Highway Assist, introduced with MY18. A “hands-on” function (the driver is required to stay in control of the car at all times), it is intended for use on any kind of well-maintained road.  While previous versions were only usable on highways, today it is available on any well-maintained road at speeds up to 90 mph (145 km/h) with the Adaptive Cruise Control system activated. It reduces driver fatigue and consequently enhances active safety by allowing the car to keep itself centered in its lane and to adapt its pre-selected speed in full autonomy.

The system employs a radar unit and a forward-looking camera and works with the EPS to control the direction of the car. The multi-function camera detects horizontal road markings and calculates the distance and speed of the preceding vehicle. Highway Assist includes a radio that provides road information, and a ‘hands on wheel’ detection system. The driver can override the system at any time.

New generation Multimedia System
All MY21 models are complete with an array of technology upgrades, including also the new generation MIA (Maserati Intelligent Assistant) multimedia system. The heart of MIA is the powerful Android Automotive operating system, which offers a completely new, innovative, higher-performing User Experience, with full personalization to the driver's use preferences. The HD screen of the MIA system is enlarged from 8”4 with a ratio of 4:3 to 10”1 with a ratio of 16:10 and is now frameless for a more contemporary look, with almost all the surrounding bezel removed on the sedan models. This new high-resolution display with multi-touch function carries a new graphic interface that mixes black with a golden color to enhance its elegance. The glass in the top of the display is now curved for a more elegant, less sharp-edged effect. This feature may be familiar from other sectors, but is here used for the first time in automotive design.

Always connected with Maserati Connect*
With effect from MY21 all Maserati cars are connected thanks to the new Maserati Connect program.

Having the 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.

Maserati Connect also enhances safety and security, with assistance in emergencies and in case of car theft.

With a Smartphone or Smartwatch, drivers can always stay in contact with their Maserati thanks to the Maserati Connect app; this is also possible from home via their virtual personal assistant (Amazon Alexa & Google Assist).

Through the MIA (Maserati Intelligent Assistant) multimedia system, the Maserati Connect connected services deliver a new experience for the driver and passengers. Thanks to the integrated, connected navigation system, the driver always has the latest traffic information in real time, as well as constantly updated maps. MIA also enables activation of Amazon Alexa services or a Wifi Hotspot inside the Maserati.

*Availability may vary from country to country.

 

 

GHIBLI TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

 
 

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

GHIBLI

GHIBLI S

GHIBLI S Q4

GHIBLI V8 TROFEO

 

Engine

 

Engine layout

Petrol 60° V6,  Twin Turbo  - direct injection (GDI)

Petrol 90° V8, twin-turbo – direct injection (GDI)

 
 

Displacement (cc)

2.979

2.979

3.799

 

Bore x stroke (mm)

86,5 x 84,5

86,5 x 84,5

86,5 x 80,8

 

Compression ratio

9,7:1

9,7:1

9,44:1

 

Max. power output (hp @ rpm)

345 @ 5.500

424 @ 5.750

580 @ 6.750

 

Peak torque (lb-ft @ rpm)

369 @1750-  4.500

428 @ 2,250-4,000

538 @ 2.250 – 5.250   

 

Fuel injection

Direct Injection (GDI)

Direct Injection (GDI)

 

Injection pressure (bar)

200

200

 

Induction

2 Twin scroll turbocharger

2 Twin scroll turbocharger

 
 

Crankshaft

High resistance nitride steel with 4 main bearings

Forged steel (crossplane crankshaft)

 

Lubrication

Variable displacement oil pump

Variable displacement oil pump

 

Timing system

Chain-driven DOHC per bank with double continuous cam phasing.

Chain-driven DOHC per bank with double continuous cam phasing.

 

PERFORMANCE

 

0-100 km/h (sec)

5,5

4,9

4,7

4,3

 

0-62 mph (sec)

 5.5

 4.9

 4.7

4

 

Top speed (km/h)

267

286

286

326

 

Top speed mph

166

178

178

203

 

Braking distance from 100 to 0 (m)

35,5

35,0

35,0

34,0

 

FUEL CONSUMPTION AND CO2 EMISSIONS

 

WLTP combined cycle (l/100 km)

11,2 – 11,8

11,3 – 11,9

12,1 – 12,6

12,3-12,6

 

WLTP combined cycle (g/km)

254 - 268

254 – 268

274 – 283

279-285

 

US Fuel Economy  highway/city/combined mpg

17/25/20

17/25/20

16/24/19

13/20/16

 

 

 

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

GHIBLI

GHIBLI S

GHIBLI S Q4

GHIBLI V8 TROFEO

TRANSMISSION

Gearbox

ZF eight-speed automatic

Gear ratios

For Ghibli, Ghibli S, Ghibli SQ 4, and V8 Trofeo: 1st: 4,71; 2nd: 3,14; 3rd: 2,11; 4th: 1,67; 5th: 1,28; 6th: 1,00; 7th: 0,84; 8th: 0,67; Reverse: 3,32; final: 2,80

Transmission

Rear-wheel drive with rear Limited-Slip Differential

Q4 Intelligent All-Wheel-Drive with rear Limited-slip Differential

Rear-wheel drive with rear Limited-Slip Differential

SUSPENSION

Front Suspension

Double-wishbone, Skyhook shock absorbers, anti-roll bar

Rear suspension

Multi-link, Skyhook shock absorbers, anti-roll bar

BRAKES

Front

345 x 28 mm ventilated discs, Brembo 4-piston fixed calipers

360 x 32 mm ventilated & drilled discs, Brembo 6-piston fixed calipers

380x34 mm ventilated discs, Brembo 6-piston fixed calipers

Rear

330 x 22 mm ventilated discs, single piston floating calipers

330 x 22 mm ventilated discs, single piston floating calipers

345x28 mm ventilated discs, piston fixed Brembo

DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS

Front/rear tires

R19

R19

245/40 R20 / 285/35 R20

L x D x H (mm)

4.971 x 1.945 (without mirrors) x 1.461

L x D x H (inches)

195.7 x  76.5 (without mirrors) x 57.5

Wheelbase (mm)

2.998

Wheelbase (inches)

118

Front/rear track (mm)

1.635 / 1.653

Front/rear track

64 / 65

(inches)

Luggage capacity (l)

500

Luggage capacity (gallons)

132

Fuel tank capacity (l)

80

 

80

 

Fuel tank capacity (gallons)

21

 

21

 

Medium weight

1.95

2.02

 

2.02

 

Homologated weight (kg)

1.85

1.935

 

1.96

 

Homologated weight (pounds)

4078

4265

 

4321

 

 

 

QUATTROPORTE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

QUATTROPORTE

QUATTROPORTE

QUATTROPORTE

S

S Q4

TROFEO

ENGINE

Engine layout

Petrol 60°  V6, Twin Turbo - direct injection GDI

Petrol 90° V8, twin-turbo – direct injection (GDI)

Displacement (cc)

2.979

3.799

Bore x stroke (mm)

86,5 x 84,5

86,5 x 80,8

Compression ratio

9,7:1

9,44:1

Max. power output (hp @ rpm)

424 @ 5.750

580 @ 6.750

Peak torque (Nm @ rpm)

428 @ 2.250 - 4.000

538 @ 2.250 – 5.250

Fuel injection

Direct injection (GDI)

Injection pressure (bar)

200

Induction

2 Twin scroll turbocharger

Crankshaft

High resistance nitride steel with 4 main bearings

Forged steel (crossplane crankshaft)

Timing system

Chain-driven DOHC per bank with double continuous cam phasing

PERFORMANCE

0-100 km/h (sec)

5,0

4,8

4,5

0-62 mph (sec)

5.0 

 4.8

4.2

Top speed (km/h)

288

288

326

Top speed mph

179

179

203

Braking distance from 100 to 0 (m)

35,5

34,0

FUEL CONSUMPTION AND CO2 EMISSIONS

WLTP combined cycle (l/100 km)

11,4 – 12,0

12,2 – 12,6

12.2-12.5

WLTP combined cycle (g/km)

257 – 270

274 - 285

276-282

US Fuel Economy highway/city/combined  mpg

16/24/19

16/24/19

13/20/16

 

 

 

LEVANTE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

 

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

LEVANTE

LEVANTE S

 

LEVANTE TROFEO

LEVANTE GTS

ENGINE

Engine layout

Petrol 60° V6,  Twin Turbo  - direct injection (GDI)

 

Petrol 90° V8, twin-turbo – direct injection (GDI)

Petrol 90° V8, twin-turbo – direct injection (GDI)

Displacement (cc)

2,979

2,979

 

3,799

3,799

Bore x stroke (mm)

86.5 x 84.5

86.5 x 84.5

 

86.5 x 80.8

86.5 x 80.8

Compression ratio

9.7:1

9.7:1

 

9.44:1

9.44:1

Max. power output (hp @ rpm)

345 @ 5,750

424 @ 5,750

 

580 @ 6,750

550 @ 6,250

Peak torque (Lb-ft @ rpm)

369 @ 1,750 – 4,750

428 @ 2,000 – 4,750

 

538 @ 2,500 – 5,000

538 @ 2,500 – 5,000

Fuel injection

Direct Fuel Injection

 

Direct Fuel Injection

Direct Fuel Injection

Induction

Two twin-scroll turbochargers

Two twin-scroll turbochargers

 

Two twin-scroll turbochargers

Two twin-scroll turbochargers

Lubrication

Variable displacement oil pump

 

Variable displacement oil pump

Variable displacement oil pump

Timing system

Chain-driven DOHC per bank with double continuous cam phasing

 

Chain-driven DOHC per bank with double continuous cam phasing

Chain-driven DOHC per bank with double continuous cam phasing

PERFORMANCE

0-100 km/h (sec)

5.8

5.0

 

3.8

4.0

0-62 mph (sec)

5.8

5.0

 

3.8

4.0

Top speed (km/h)

251

264

 

302

292

Top speed (mph)

156

164

 

187

181

Braking distance from 100 to 0 (m)

36.0

34.5

 

34.5

34.5

FUEL CONSUMPTION AND CO2 EMISSIONS

WLTP combined cycle (l/100 km)

12,5 – 13,4

12,6 – 13,3

 

15.9 – 16.0

15,8 – 16,0

WLTP combined cycle (g/km

283 - 303

286 - 301

 

359 - 363

357 - 363

US Fuel Economy (city/highway/combined  mpg)

16/22/18

16/22/18

 

13/20/16

13/20/16

TRANSMISSION

Gearbox

ZF eight-speed automatic

Gear ratios

1st: 4.71; 2nd: 3.14; 3rd: 2.11; 4th: 1.67; 5th: 1.28; 6th: 1.00; 7th: 0.84; 8th: 0.67; Reverse: 3.32; Final: 3.27

Transmission

Q4 Intelligent All-Wheel-Drive with rear Limited-slip Differential

SUSPENSION

Front Suspension

Double-wishbone, adjustable Air Springs, Skyhook shock absorbers

Rear suspension

Multi-link, adjustable air springs, Skyhook shock absorbers

BRAKES

Front

345 x 32 mm ventilated discs 2-piston floating calipers

380 x 34 mm ventilated discs, Brembo 6-piston fixed calipers

 

380 x 34 mm ventilated discs, Brembo 6-piston fixed calipers

Rear

330 x 22 mm ventilated discs (drilled for 424hp) single piston floating MOC caliper

 

345 x 28 mm ventilated discs, Brembo 4-piston fixed calipers

Front/rear tires

265/50 R19

265/50 ZR19 front - 295/45 ZR19 rear

 

265/35R22 front - 295/30R22 rear

265/45 R20 front - 295/40 R20 rear

DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS

L x D x H (mm)

5,005 x 1,981 (without mirrors) x 1,696

5,020/ 1,981 (without mirrors) /1,698

5,020/ 1,981 (without mirrors)  /1,698

L x D x H (inches)

197 x 77.9 (without mirrors) x 66.7

197.6 / 77.9 (without mirrors)  / 66.8

197.6 / 77.9 (without mirrors)  / 66.8

Wheelbase (mm)

3,004

Wheelbase (inches)

118.3

Front/rear track (mm)

1,637

1,699

Front/rear track (inches)

64.4 / 65.4

64.4 / 66.8

Luggage capacity (l)

580 / 1,625

580 / 1,625

580 / 1,625

Luggage capacity (cubic feet)

20.5 / 57

20.5 / 57

20.5 / 57

Fuel tank capacity (liters)

80

80

80

Fuel tank capacity (cubic feet)

2.8

2.8

2.8

Curb weight (pounds)

4,994

4,994

 

5,070

5,070

 

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