The Levante is available in seven configurations, with three different power plants on offer. Simply put, the Levante and Levante S are the basis of the lower end of models, with the S being the more powerful option. The GranLusso is the trim you opt for if you want more luxury and seats that boast silk and leather upholstery, among other things, while the GranSport trim variation offers a sportier styling aesthetic and grippier seats. The top trim in the Levante range is the GTC, and this model offers almost all available optional extras as standard, along with a much more powerful turbocharged V8 and unique styling accents; but, it’s a much more expensive model and costs almost 50 grand more than the base version.
The Nerissimo package is essentially a black-out package, offering darkened exhaust tips, and the deletion of all chrome pieces on the exterior with either gloss black or black chrome trims in their place. The taillamps are also tinted, and on models that don't feature the advanced driver aids as standard (all except the GTC), this package also adds semi-autonomous driver aids and a surround-view camera. For all of this, you will have to shell out a reasonable $1,100 extra. Other options worth considering include four-zone climate control (also $1,100), a Bowers & Wilkins sound system upgrade for $2,000, power-adjustable pedals for $400, and carbon fiber column-mounted paddle shifters for 450 bucks. Also available is a hands free tailgate for $500, while upgraded Pieno Fiore natural leather upholstery adds $1,700 to your bill. A new GT Sport package has also just been released. For $3,490, this adds the GranSport front and rear fascia, 21-inch polished wheels, and gloss red calipers.