The svelte styling pays off as well, with an extremely slippery, best in class coefficient of drag which contributes to both top speed and fuel economy. In addition, Maserati claims that their SUV has an ideal 50/50 weight distribution and the lowest center of gravity in its class, both immediately noticeable in the way the vehicle corners.
Standard features include an active air suspension capable of raising and lowering the vehicle to suit conditions, 20-inch alloy wheels, leather interior, an 8.4-inch touch screen with navigation, a rearview camera, plenty of connectivity options for iPhone or Android, bi-xenon headlights and heated front seats that are electronically adjustable.
The Modena S adds LED headlights, ambient lighting, 14-speakers, and adaptive cruise control. The Trofeo is the sportier version of the Levante with a sport tuned suspension, dark chrome accents, 22-inch forged aluminum wheels, power pedals, ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, and a 17-speaker sound system.
Standard safety features across the lineup include a rear view camera, 6 airbags, front and rear parking sensors and a blind spot warning system. The Modena S, Trofeo and Tributo trims also add active lane departure, forward collision mitigation, rear collision warning, and a pedestrian detection system.