Mansory gives the Levante some extra power, and the wide-body kit certainly doesn't downplay that this SUV has more power under the bonnet.
Mansory is introducing a range of upgrades for the Maserati Levante at the Geneva Motor Show, and the new pieces remove anything understated from the Italian performance crossover. More power and some over-the-top aesthetic revisions make it hard to miss this eye-catching SUV.
For some extra muscle, Mansory offers upgraded engine management software, an improved air filter, and a new exhaust. These upgrades add an extra 34hp, which takes the total output to 458hp from the regular Levante S' 3.0-litre biturbo V6. The boosted output should make the Levante a little meaner, but reports indicate that Maserati is considering putting the 3.8-litre biturbo V8 from the Quattroporte GTS into the SUV that could make 523hp and 524lb ft of torque.
Mansory has a bodykit available that more than matches the engine upgrades. The most noticeable change is a new bonnet with a pronounced scoop in the middle. A revised front splitter features LED signature lights, and the grille gets carbon fibre uprights. Updated trim in the lower fascia lends the face a sharper look, too. At the rear a spoiler sits on top of the hatch. Further down, there’s a prominent diffuser that wraps around the sides and rectangular exhaust outlets. Slightly wider arches cover Mansory’s 22-inch wheels that are available in Diamond Black or Diamond Silver finishes.
The tuner offers buyers the chance to customise the Levante’s interior, too. Orange-tinged carbon fibre trim is definitely attention-grabbing. Mansory also has a sport steering wheel and aluminium pedals among its aftermarket components. The company can also install custom upholstery.
If Mansory's updates aren't up to a Levante owner's taste, Startech is also bringing upgraded version of Maserati's crossover to Geneva. It doesn't have the powertrain revisions, but the body kit is a little less ostentatious.