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Maserati Levante

It has the iconic trident logo in the center of its grille. It has three air vents between the front wheels and the doors. It has a powerful engine. It's a Maserati through and through. It's just not a sports car. The Maserati Levante is the company's first foray into the SUV space, melding a sports car-like silhouette with intelligent all-wheel-drive, space for four adult-sized humans, and ground clearance that will let you breathe easy going over speed bumps, not to mention the occasional gravel trail. Details are sparse, but you can expect to find a specially-calibrated 8-speed transmission paired to the gas or diesel engine, an electronic suspension, and a fittingly luxurious interior underneath the swooping bodywork.

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