The interior of the Maserati Levante crossover has been snapped by our photography team in the frozen north of Sweden.
Earlier spy photos, as well as patent drawings, have given us a pretty good idea of what the exterior of Maserati's first ever production crossover will look like, and today's pictures don't really add anything to that story.
With the prototypes stopped at a petrol station/hamburger joint, our spies were, however, able to capture images of the car's interior, which as you'd expect is replete with swathes of leather and wood.
Although we can't see too many of the dashboard's design details, we now know that it will feature a large touchscreen in the centre with air-conditioning vents to the side, and heating and ventilation controls underneath.
Using a platform shared with the Ghibli and Quattroporte sedans, the Levante will likely utilise the company's existing twin-turbo 3.0-litre V6 and 3.8-litre V8 petrol engines, as well as its 3.0-litre V6 turbo-diesel.
Earlier reports had indicated that the Levante would debut at this year's Detroit auto show, but there was no new metal on the ground from the storied Italian brand.