- Maserati is making changes to its 2021 lineup, which includes the Ghibli and Quattroporte sedans and the Levante SUV.
- The updates include visual tweaks and newly available technology features.
- These 2021 models are already on sale at dealerships in the U.S.
Maserati refers to the changes it's making to the 2021 lineup as "non-invasive," but we're more inclined to call it a minor tweak. The 2021 Ghibli sedan, Quattroporte sedan, and Levante SUV each benefit from freshened front- and rear-end styling, along with a few newly available connectivity and driver-assist features.
The changes in front include reshaped grilles and extra chrome or black trim inserts (depending on trim level). The updated rear ends feature new taillights with an LED accent light that's meant to mimic a boomerang shape. The GranLusso and GranSport appearance packages remain for each model, with the Lusso having a more chrome-heavy look and the GranSport incorporating black trim and a more aggressive body kit.
Inside, the Ghibli and Quattroporte get a larger infotainment screen with a new graphic interface, while the Levante retains the same size screen but gets the improved graphics. The gauge cluster also gets an updated look with a higher-resolution display screen in between the speedometer and tachometer.
Newly available driver-assistance features include an upgraded a more capable adaptive cruise control and lane-keep assist system that can now operate on roads other than highways.
The 2021 Maserati Ghibli, Quattroporte, and Levante are available now at U.S. dealerships. Prices start at $73,685 for the Ghibli, $75,985 for the Levante, and $104,185 for the Quattroporte.