Italian automaker Maserati was established in 1914 by a family of brothers sharing the same name, producing both road and race cars. Now under the umbrella of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), Maserati builds luxury sedans and grand tourers.
The company revealed the images of the test mule and said there's a new in-house engine present.
Maserati has long planned a new sports car, but this looks nothing like the Alfieri concept.
The model is meant to mark the past, present and the brand's future.
But, don't be too sad, because a new GranTurismo is on the way.
The Ghibli sedan will lead the charge (pun intended) in 2020.
It may not be the most practical mid-size sedan, but it's got style and that's apparently enough.
Powered by an F160 twin-turbo V6 engine making 424 horsepower, the 2019 Maserati Levante S is the closest we've gotten to a Ferrari SUV. But is it close enough?
The Levante wears Maserati's design hallmarks well, wrapping gorgeous Italian design around the more upright proportions of an SUV.