Maserati introduces exclusive new trims for Ghibli, Quattroporte and Levante

The Italian automaker updated its lineup with significant changes for Model Year 22 (MY22). The Quattroporte flagship sedan also gets a new base engine.

Maserati has updated its current lineup of Ghibli, Quattroporte sedans and Levante SUV by introducing three new trims with significant changes. The new trims include the GT, Modena and Trofeo, all co-created by Centro Stile Maserati and the Italian marque’s product development team. Each of these features a specific type of character and are already available to order starting July 1, 2021.

The base trim, GT features a 345-horsepower V6 engine. This engine was previously available on the Ghibli and Levante, and it now powers the entry-level Quattroporte for 2022. The range gets chrome inserts and new 18- and 19-inch alloy wheels. GT models also receive special interior treatments. The Ghibli GT flaunts leather comfort seats with ‘Dark Mirror’ trim, the Quattroporte gets ‘Radica’ trim while there is a black piano trim for Levante.

Now, coming to the mid-trim Modena variants. The Modena is a blend between elegance and performance. While it is powered by the same twin-turbo 3.0-litre V-6 engine on the GT trim, but it has been re-tuned to churn out 424 hp in Modena models. Meanwhile, there is also an upgrade option available on the Levante as Modena S. This has a twin-turbo 3.8-litre V-8 that generates 550 hp.

Ghibli, Quattroporte, and Levante Modena models get sport bumpers with black piano inserts and 20-inch alloy wheels. On the inside, there are sporty wraparound leather seats and black piano trim interiors for Levante and Quattroporte, while Ghibli features the dark mirror trim interiors. Meanwhile, the Modena S trim has the exclusive Nerissimo pack and red brake callipers.

The top of the line Trofeo trim flaunts the best bits in terms of both package and performance. These get the most intense powertrains of all three in the form of a Ferrari-built 580-hp twin-turbo V8. The Trofeo stands out from the other trims, thanks to the carbon fibre finish and those attention-grabbing red brake callipers. While the Levante Trofeo rides on 22-inch wheels, the Ghibli Trofeo and Quattroporte Trofeo come with 21-inch alloys. Inside the cabin, it has sport seats and full-grain ‘Pieno Fiore’ natural leather upholstery, complementing the overall package.


In addition to these specific changes, all 2022 Maserati Ghiblis, Quattroportes, and Levantes trim get updated badging that can be found just above the side air ducts. The updated lineup also flaunts the new Maserati logo which was introduced with the 2022 Maserati MC20. While the new logo sits on the hood, there’s also a new Trident logo on the C pillar, and updated lettering on the rear. The interior also features the new Maserati lettering on the central screen.

The updated MY2022 Maserati lineup is already available to order for global markets. India-bound models of the Italian automaker is also most likely to come with these updates.


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Himanshu Harsh

My love for automobiles is what fuels my writing. You can catch me twisting synth knobs when I'm not drooling over cars.

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