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Mike Stevens | May, 20 2015 | 1 Comment

A new set of design patent application illustrations has delivered a first look at Maserati’s coming Levante SUV, due early next year.

The new SUV’s Detroit unveiling will tell the whole story, but these images reveal a number of key changes in the Levante’s evolution since it was first previewed by the Kubang concept in 2011.

The concept’s large swept-back headlights have been replaced with a more conventional design, while a pair of large fog lights are sandwiched tightly above a new air dam design.

At the rear, the new tail lamps take more from the GranTurismo supercar than the new Quattroporte and Ghibli sedans, which wear a rear lighting design similar to that shown with the Kubang.

The Levante’s profile will retain the same long, tapered roofline that debuted with the Kubang concept, although the sketches here reveal a longer glasshouse and a more angular look to the inside edge of the D-pillar.

These renderings follow the official release of a business plan in 2014 that detailed a set of petrol and diesel engine, including 257kW and 312kW versions of a petrol V6, a 412kW petrol V8, and a diesel in 184kW, 202kW and 250kW tunes.

When it debuts in 2016, the Levante will take on Porsche’s Cayenne and the Range Rover Sport in the high-end prestige SUV arena, along with models like the BMW X6, the Mercedes GLE Coupe and the coming Jaguar F-Pace.

MORE: Levante | Maserati | Prestige SUVs

 
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