Larte Design Splashes Maserati Levante With Carbon Fiber Elements

This custom tuning package consists of about eight extra carbon fiber elements, all of them meant to add a touch of sportiness to one of the world’s most dynamic SUVs.

A close look at the front fascia reveals that the car is wearing left and right front bumper overlays, left and right stick-on lip extensions, and a central overlay. Move alongside the car and you’ll also notice the carbon fiber mirror casings.

As for the rear end, you’ve got the carbon fiber trunk lid spoiler, and the rear diffuser and that’s pretty much it.

All of these carbon fiber accents are just a prequel to a more extensive package that Larte plans on launching in the near future.

The new package will be a full body kit, with replacements for the bumpers, tailpipes and so on. It will even have fender extensions, so stay tuned for that one if you like overly aggressive SUVs – it should be comparable to both Mansory’s as well as Novitec’s take on the Levante.

As for performance, the best you can get out of a Levante these days without any modifications, is hitting 100 km/h (62 mph) in 5.2 seconds and maxing out at 264 km/h (164 mph), all with the help of a 430 PS (424 HP) 3.0-liter V6 petrol engine.


  • Day_Trader

    Plastic (resin) is so yesterday. Yawn. Move on everyone. Nothing to see here. Let alone on a souped up Chrysler. Yawn again.

    • Carmelo Van Cabboi

      “Nothing to see here”
      Are you fucking kidding me?

      • Day_Trader

        One day, son, you may learn to tell the difference between good wine and bad, cute women and ugly, and junk cars and not. One day, son. I have a dream.

  • javier

    That is the cheesiest sleaziest brand there is.

  • Six_Tymes

    one of the best LOOKING Suv’s on the market, right now.

  • Bash

    Looks fine for sure, but not exactly my cup of tea.

  • MarketAndChurch

    Not bad… that’s a really beautiful shade of blue too.

  • Michelin

    Very good car with sporty style, georgeus inside and top handling.