The Maserati Levante is presented in three trims. The GT and Modena share a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6, but outputs differ from 345 hp/369 lb-ft on the entry-spec model to 424 hp/428 lb-ft on the Modena. Meanwhile, the Modena S models come with a 3.8-liter V8 with 550 hp and 538 lb-ft. All engines are mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission that sends the power to an all-wheel-drive system.
The GT is more luxury-orientated with less power, more chrome on the outside, and more restrained styling details. The Modena shares many specifications, but it's more sportily styled with aggressive bumpers, more black-outed exterior treatment, and a more powerful engine. At the top of the trim levels, the Modena S boasts a twin-turbo Ferrari-sourced V8 and a few extra features, including the most premium materials and more standard features like the Harman Kardon sound system.
There are a few styling packages for the base Levante GT. The Nerissimo Modena Package ($1,600) gives the exterior a more aggressive appearance with black window surround, a black front grille, black chrome badging, and finishing in black chrome. It also comes with 20-inch dark grey staggered Efesto Miron wheels, and dark exhaust tips. Inside, the Sportivo Package ($3,390) adds 12-way power front sport seats with memory, Alcantara headliner and pillars, power-adjustable Inox sport pedals, and adaptive LED headlamps.
The Comfort & Convenience Package ranges from $975 to $1,290, depending on trim, and adds heated rear seats, a heated windshield, power-adjustable foot pedals, soft-close doors, and a memory function for the front seats. It is available to all trim levels. Base Models can have an upgraded Harman Kardon sound setup for $1,100. You can also add the top-spec Bowers & Wilkins sound system for $2,500 on any of the trims. Four-zone automatic climate control costs $1,100 and is only available for the Modena trims. Another upgrade with considering are the adaptive LED headlights for non-Modena S models.