Say ciao to the GT, Modena, and Trofeo.
Maserati has some major changes on the horizon as the Italian brand becomes all electrified within the next four years. Before those plans reach fruition, Maserati just announced some less significant changes for its 2022 lineup. The 2022 Maserati Ghibli sedan, 2022 Maserati Levante SUV, and 2022 Maserati Quattroporte limousine will each come in three distinct trim levels for the 2022 model year; GT, Modena, and Trofeo.
According to Maserati, these three trims boast "different yet complementary souls of innovation," satisfying all customer expectations. The GT and Modena models essentially replace last year's 2021 trims, GranLusso and GranSport, while the Trofeo continues into 2022.
Maserati says the GT trim embodies an "urban, minimal, and contemporary spirit." This trim level uses the base 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 producing 350 horsepower since the US market still hasn't received the Ghibli Hybrid or Levante Hybrid. Ghibli and Levante GT models get 18-inch wheels, while the Levante gets 19-inchers. Leather comfort seats come standard with a Dark Mirror trim on Ghibli, Radica trim for Quattroporte, and Black Piano trim on Levante.
All three Modena models step up to a 430-hp V6 engine, but the Levante Modena S gets a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 with 550 hp. The Modena trim gets Black Piano inserts and 20-inch wheels, and the Modena S adds the Nerissimo Pack with red brake calipers.
Finally, the Trofeo models offer maximum performance with a twin-turbo V8 tuned to 580 hp. Maserati adds sporty touches, including carbon fiber trim, 21-inch wheels, and red brake calipers. Inside, these models gain sport seats finished in full-grain "Pieno Fiore" natural leather with Trofeo logos on the headrests. All three trim levels for 2022 now come with Maserati's new logo (first seen on the MC20) on the hood and C-pillar and updated rear lettering.
Customers can order Maserati's 2022 lineup starting July 1, 2021, so pricing should come soon.