The 2017 Geneva Motor Show has recently opened its doors with the most spectacular display of different automotive brands from around the world. Tugging along a wide array of upgrades, Mansory steps on stage with an extra powerful, wide-bodied Maserati Levante clad in orange-tinted carbon fiber.
There, sitting at the exhibit stand is the German luxury car tuner’s eye-popping Italian crossover. The more aggressive styling and added performance is courtesy of Mansory’s new exhaust system, better air filter design and newly upgraded engine management software.
As a result, the Maserati Levante receives an additional 34 hp (25kW) which gains a total of 458 horsepower (342 kilowatts) from its 3.0-liter twin turbo V6 engine.
It was earlier reported that Maserati is looking to upgrade the crossover’s current engine to a much powerful 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8. If ever, it will use the same engine as those on the Quattroporte GTS with up to 523 horsepower (390 kW) and 524 lb-ft (710Nm) of torque.
And yes, Mansory gives its customers an option to customize the crossover’s interior. Aside from the upholstery, the aftermarket options also consist of orange-tined carbon fiber trim, sport steering wheel and new aluminum pedals for a sportier look.
In any case, Maserati has proven how its latest product has become a favorite among luxury tuning brands. For those who find Mansory’s body kit a little too loud for their taste, well, Startech also has its own booth at the Geneva Motor Show. Right there, guests will be greeted with Startech’s own version of an upgraded Maserati Levante crossover.