Maserati Levante Vulcano V6 Vs Lamborghini Urus
A name that leaves little room for imagination. It’s called Maserati Levante Vulcano, the new limited edition of its SUV that will be destined to only 150 lucky owners on the Asian and European market.
The trend of premium SUVs is likely to continue, this is because many rich people are switching from luxury sedans to high-end SUVs & trucks. and Maserati is aware of this by introducing the Maserati Levante Vulcano Premium SUV.
Two engines are available, both petrol, both based on the twin-turbo V6 350 hp and 430 hp, engines that share a lot of their technology with the engines designed, and manufactured, in Maranello. To characterize the Levante Vulcano the opaque livery “Grigio Lava” which, like many opaque dyes, confers more malice to the exterior.
Completing the look of the exterior are the details of the Nerissimo pack (dark look rear lights, grille, and logos in black chrome, window frames in glossy black, door handles in body color and burnished tailpipes), laminated and darkened glass, the 21-inch Helios rims also with a matte finish, while the brake calipers could only be as red as lava.
The 6-piston Dual Cast Brembo braking system guarantees excellent braking performance. The red color is widely taken inside, with the upholstery in full-grain leather electrically adjustable with memories, heated and ventilated, and the Trident logo embroidered in contrast on the headrests, the latter, on request, in black with red stitching contrast.
Maserati Levante Vulcano Interior
The exclusivity of the new Maserati Levante Vulcano limited edition is further emphasized by the interior finishes in high gloss carbon fiber, also used for the gear shifter and the insert on the electrically adjustable sports steering wheel, and by the chrome-plated aluminum plate on the central tunnel the legendary trishula, combined with the new Vulcano logo and the words “one of 150”.
The standard equipment includes the Bowers & Wilkins premium sound system, the “soft close” door closing system, the front and rear parking sensors and the adaptive headlights with Matrix full-LED technology.