Larte Design Rolls Out Shtorm GT Body Kit For The Maserati Levante

Tuning Larte Design has unveiled its carbon fiber-infused Shtorm GT body kit for the Maserati Levante GranSport.

The styling package holds no fewer than 16 lightweight carbon fiber elements, including a front bumper overlay with the splitter, the hood overlay, wheel arches, mirror covers, wing pads, side skirts, rear diffuser and trunk lid spoiler. Buyers are also given a choice of two tailpipe designs.

Larte’s Shtorm GT kit can be added to the Levante GranSport regardless of what engine powers it. So whether you drive the 275 PS diesel, or either of the two V6 petrol units (350 PS and 430 PS), you can still come away with a more aggressive-looking SUV than stock.

Of course, if speed is your number one concern, then the twin-turbo V6-powered Levante S version is the one to go for, as it can get you from zero to 60 mph (96 km/h) in 5.2 seconds before maxing you out at 164 mph (264 km/h).

Larte Design’s contrasting carbon fiber elements are especially visible in this white car, and its most distinctive feature however is probably the hood overlay, which we’ve already seen on regular Shtorm kits too.

As of right now, the kit isn’t available on the Trofeo version of the Levante, which is a shame since that is by far the Italian SUV’s most impressive iteration.


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