If buying a stock Maserati Levante isn’t enough of an accomplishment for you, there are plenty of ways to go about modifying its exterior and interior appearance.
Here, we’ll be discussing the cabin of the Levante, which has received a redesign courtesy of Polish tuner Carlex. As you can see, the seats, arm rest and parts of the door panels have been covered in a very elegant quilt-patterned Nappa leather, just like another recent project of theirs, this Porsche Macan.
You could argue that this might actually feel like a whole different car now, especially since the tuner didn’t forget about the backseats and the rear door panels. It’s a through and through redesign, and compared to the previously-mentioned Macan, it’s not as over-styled and doesn’t feature any overly intrusive Rose Gold elements.
This cabin is also not as extreme as the one Mansory thought up for the Levante last year – it had a dual tone aesthetic with loads of orange to match the exterior.
If we had to pick favorites though, we’d probably go with a stock version, although not just any Levante, but the Trofeo model, which came with sculpted sports seats covered in Pieno Fiore leather, red contrast stitching, carbon fiber trim, V8 badging and Trofeo logos embroidered on the headrests.
Which one do you prefer?