Maserati has launched a limited edition of its first-ever SUV, the Levante, that’s named Vulcano and will be available in just 150 units in certain European and Asian markets.
In the United Kingdom, it has a starting price of £85,425 ($109,960/€96,695), or £27,110 ($34,896/€30,687) more than the base Levante. This is for the 350 PS (345 hp / 257 kW) version of the twin-turbo V6, as the 430 PS (424 hp / 316 kW) variant starts from £93,000 ($119,710/€105,270).
Available exclusively in matte Grigio Lava, the Levante Vulcano comes with the Nerissimo pack, which adds several black exterior accents, including the dark exhaust tailpipes. The 21-inch rims with a Y-pattern, five-spoke design and matte finish, Brembo brakes with red calipers and rear privacy glass complete the exterior upgrades.
Clients can spec the limited edition Italian SUV with either black leather and red stitching or red leather and black stitching. The Trident logo embroidered into the headrests, high gloss carbon fiber accents and special plaque located on the central tunnel further emphasize its special character.
Standard equipment of the limited run Levante includes standard full-LED Matrix adaptive headlights, front and rear parking sensors and a soft-close door system. Moreover, it also sports a Bowers&Wilkins premium sound system, heated and ventilated seats with electrical adjustments and memory function, and an electrically adjustable sports steering wheel.