The Levante Trofeo, the luxury car by Maserati

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The Levante Trofeo is one of the most unique cars by Maserati.

Hand-assembled by Ferrari in Maranello, this luxury car is considered by many to be one of the finest on earth and one of the most perfect for someone who lives a luxury lifestyle.

Also like a sports car, the new Levante Trofeo is one of the most expensive cars of the year and offers three suspension modes: comfort for cruising, sports for spirited driving, and Corsa —an exclusive to the Trofeo — which drops the car an inch and sets all the driving parameters to their maximums.

Earlier this year, the Levante Trofeo. with its svelte Italian lines and 590 horses worth of Ferrari-built V-8 power under the hood, added a superlative expression of the lauded SUV of 2016 to the lineup. As you know, drivers may be hard-pressed to distinguish the driving experience from that of modern Italian sports cars.

If you want to live a unique experience, the Levante Trofeo, a contemporary car with an exclusive design and by a high-end brand, have a real motivator performance and can carry out typical duties with luxurious ease

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