What began with the Levante Trofeo has now been spread to the Ghibli and the Quattroporte. This epic trio represents the most powerful lineup in their history. That’s because they the two sedans have received the same twin-turbo Ferrari 3.8-liter V8 first seen in the Levante. This engine never ceases to amaze us, as it forms the basis of the Portofino, Roma, 488, and the F8 Tributo.
Now with 580 horsepower and 538 lb-ft of torque on tap, both sedans can reach 202 mph. To celebrate the newfound power, the Trofeo Trifecta has red accents on the Trident badge and the side air vents. Launch Control is now standard equipment, along with full-grain Pieno Fiore leather. The cars also receive Maserati Intelligent Assistant with 10.1″ screens, while the Levante retains its 8.4″ screen. Who said the V8 was dead? Click the button below to find our dealer near you an stay with us for all your Maserati news.