Maserati sounds like the maker of expensive, luxurious, and stylish vehicles because it is. The famous Italian automaker has a storied history with ties to Ferrari, but it's currently owned by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA). Its unique brand of dramatic designs and intoxicating performance still proliferates throughout its small lineup. This includes mid-sizers such as the swoopy Ghibli sedan and trendy Levante crossover as entry-level models that wear the company's trademark trident badge. The extravagant GranTurismo sports car and sumptuous Quattroporte sedan cater to the wealthiest clientele.
Maserati's been teasing us with the Alfieri sports car for years, but it now seems like all that waiting will come to an end when the car finally launches as a 2021 model.
Maserati's upcoming range-topping sports car—the MC20—will boast a mid-engine layout and head-turning styling with an Italian accent.
If you're in the market for a high-performance luxury SUV, the Levante—with its knockout looks and sonorous engines—offers the most emotion.
If you're lusting for a large luxury car with an Italian accent, the seductive and obscure Quattroporte has the charm and disposition to fill the bill.
It's pronounced "gib-lee" and it's named for an African desert wind—the perfect name for a hot Italian sedan.
Maserati's GranTurismo offers something extraordinary in a high-performance, six-figure coupe or convertible, one that embodies all that is compelling and irresistible about Italian cars.
Like the warm Mediterranean winds for which it's named, the 2019 Maserati Levante has ushered in a change in season for its brand, representing the very first time the storied trident badge has graced an SUV.
In Italian, "Quattroporte" means "four doors," but you don't need to speak the language to appreciate this car's dramatic flair.