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Maserati Presents – Trofeo: The Most Powerful Maserati Collection Ever

Maserati expands the Trofeo collection: Levante is joined by Ghibli and Quattroporte

Maserati writes a new chapter in its history by expanding its Trofeo collection. Following the 2018 launch of Levante Trofeo, the SUV’s most extreme, most powerful version, the new Quattroporte and Ghibli Trofeo are now available, achieving the pinnacle of performance, sportiness and luxury.

To highlight once again Maserati’s all-Italian identity, the colours chosen for the Trofeo collection launch are those of the country’s flag: green for Quattroporte, white for Levante and red for Ghibli, which combine with the burnished chrome-work and glossy red trims for a particularly aggressive and elegant look.

Maserati reinterprets its saloons by introducing the V8 engine. The heart of Ghibli and Quattroporte Trofeo is the 3.8 l V8 Twin Turbo with power output of 580 hp at 6,250 rpm and peak torque of 730 Nm.

The engine, which has already revealed all its power on Levante Trofeo, is built at the Ferrari plant in Maranello to Maserati’s specifications, and has been modified and developed to deliver equally impressive performance on the rear-engine saloons.

Although completely new for Ghibli, the V8 engine has previously been used in Quattroporte GTS, in the 530 hp version. Today the 580 hp V8 engine is available on the new Ghibli, Quattroporte and Levante* Trofeo, in full compliance with fuel efficiency and emissions standards.

Ghibli and Quattroporte Trofeo can proudly claim to be the fastest Maserati saloons ever, with a top speed of 326 km/h. Levante Trofeo’s maximum speed is 302 km/h.

Like Levante Trofeo, the new Ghibli and Quattroporte Trofeo also incorporate the Integrated Vehicle Control (IVC) system, with a specific setup that guarantees enhanced driving dynamics, greater active safety and even more thrilling performance. The saloons have the Corsa button that sets the car for an even sportier driving style. Also included is Launch Control, a function that first appeared on Levante Trofeo, to unleash all the engine’s power and deliver breath-taking performance and an authentic Maserati driving experience.

While the unique signature of every Maserati is the sound of its engine, now the Trofeo collection will be even more unmistakable in looks, thanks to special stylistic touches that characterise these high performance models. These include the front grille with twin vertical bars in Black Piano finish, and the introduction of carbon fibre on the front air duct trims and rear extractor, for an even more aggressive effect.

The whole Trofeo collection is distinguished by the red details that characterise the bottom profiles of the side air vents and the lightning bolt on the Trident badge on the C-pillars.

There are major changes at the rear of the car, where the light clusters have been completely restyled, with a boomerang-like profile inspired by the 3200 GT and the Alfieri concept car.

In terms of the Ghibli Trofeo, the bonnet has also been restyled, featuring two aggressive air ducts for better cooling, just like on Levante Trofeo.

Ghibli and Quattroporte Trofeo are fitted with 21” aluminium Orione wheels. 22” Orione wheels are available on Levante Trofeo.

The Trofeo characterisation continues in the interior, with a new on-board panel that displays an exclusive interface at switch-on, while the headrests bear the Trofeo badge with the name in three-dimensional relief. The exclusivity also extends to the interior upholstery, in full-grain Pieno Fiore natural leather.

The ADAS system has evolved to include new functions, and thanks to Active Driving Assist the assisted driving function can now be activated on city roads and highways.

New technologies also appear in MIA (Maserati Intelligent Assistant), the multimedia screen with upgraded resolution and larger size – 10.1” on both Ghibli Trofeo and Quattroporte Trofeo, while Levante retains the 8.4” display, but with improved resolution and graphics. Furthermore, thanks to the Maserati Connect programme, now the Trofeo collection is always connected, with a full set of services to simplify its use.

Ghibli and Quattroporte Trofeo will be built at the Avvocato Giovanni Agnelli Plant (AGAP) at Grugliasco (Turin), and Levante Trofeo at the Mirafiori (Turin) plant.

*590 hp in some markets

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS LEVANTE TROFEO GHIBLI TROFEO QUATTROPORTE TROFEO
Engine Layout Petrol 90° V8, twin-turbo – direct injection (GDI) Petrol 90° V8, twin-turbo – direct injection (GDI) Petrol 90° V8, twin-turbo – direct injection (GDI)
Displacement (cc) 3,799 3,799 3,799
Max. power output (hp @ rpm) 580@ 6,250 (Europe; North America; Korea; China; Japan; India)

590@ 6,250

(other markets)

580 @ 6,750 580 @ 6,750
Peak torque (Nm @ rpm) 730 @ 2.500 – 5,000 730@ 2.250-5.250 730@ 2,250– 5,250
Fuel Consumption WLTC  13.2-13.7 12.3-12.6 12.2-12.5
0-100 km/h (sec) 4.1 (Europe; North America; Korea; China; Japan; India)

3.9 (other markets)

4.3 4.5
Top speed (km/h) 302 km/h (Europe; North America; Korea; China; Japan; India)

304 km/h (other markets)

326 326
100-0 km/h (m) 34.5 34.0 34.0
Gearbox ZF eight-speed automatic
Transmission Q4 Intelligent All-Wheel Drive with rear Limited-Slip Differential Rear-wheel drive with rear limited slip self-locking mechanical differential Rear-wheel drive with self-locking differential
Front Suspension Double-wishbone, adjustable Air Springs, Skyhook shock absorbers Double-wishbone, Skyhook shock absorbers, anti-roll bar Double-wishbone, Skyhook shock absorbers, anti-roll bar
Rear Suspension Multi-Link, adjustable Air Springs, Skyhook shock absorbers Multi-Link, Skyhook shock absorbers, anti-roll bar Multi-Link, Skyhook shock absorbers, anti-roll bar
Length/width/height (mm) 5,003 / 1,968 / 1,679 4,971 / 1,945 / 1,461 5,262 / 1,948 / 1,481
Wheelbase (mm) 3,004 2,998 3,171
Kerb Weight (kg) 2,170 1,969 2,000

Maserati Presents - Trofeo: The Most Powerful Maserati Collection Ever

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