Maserati has revealed its first-ever hybrid SUV in the form of the Levante Hybrid. Powered by a 2.0-liter four-pot paired with a 48-volt hybrid system, the SUV produces 330 horsepower with 331 lb-ft of torque. 0-62 takes six seconds while top speed arrives at 149 mph.
But before you discount it as the least attractive offering in the lineup, it's worth considering that Maserati claims a lower curb weight and better balance than the six-cylinder alternatives, making the Levante Hybrid better to drive. Pricing and options will be revealed soon, but expect it to cost over $70,000.
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