Imagine being 10 years old and your after-school activities include taking notes while riding shotgun at 180km/h through the streets of Modena in a brand-new, fresh off the assembly line Maserati. Sounds implausible, but that’s exactly how Dr Adolfo Orsi Jnr spent his formative years in Italy...
It's the new entry-level Maserati Levante and it's almost $15,000 less than the next rung up the ladder. It's still got a twin-turbo V6 and it still has loads of kit. So, what's not to like?
With its fresh face and a hike in outputs, is the updated Maserati Ghibli a more compelling Italian sport-luxury pitch in its high-powered flagship S GranSport guise?
Maserati’s first SUV wasn’t entirely convincing when it debuted with a diesel engine. Can a Ferrari-built twin-turbo petrol V6 transform the high-riding Italian?
Maserati made its name on the road with sexy and capable GT cars. The reputation remains intact with the ageing GranTurismo that is staving off retirement with a 2018 update.
Finally, the Levante gets an engine befitting the Maserati badge and the diesel haters can stop their whining. Can a twin-turbo petrol V6 get the job done though?
Finally, a return to form for the Italian brand with the updated 2017 Maserati Quattroporte.
Maserati reckons the Levante S is the 'Maserati of SUVs'. But, how does it perform in the searing heat of a mountain climb, plus the seemingly infinite Arabian desert? Paul Maric finds out.
The 2017 Maserati Ghibli sees a little bit more power and kit, and while it is fun to drive, there could be other options out there that nail the brief if you're after sporty or sublime, specifically.
The Maserati of SUVs is here, but despite the presence of the Trident badge, the Levante leaves a lot to be desired.
Maserati has beefed up its Quattroporte, but is all that extra meat enough to lure buyers away from the Germans in the luxury sedan segment?