2025 Maserati Levante Could Be A 745-HP All-Electric SUV: Reports

According to Autocar, the 2025 Maserati Levante will reportedly go on sale as an all-electric SUV. The next-gen Maserati Levante will feature a battery-powered electric powertrain and will pack incredible power inside.

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The all-electric 2025 Maserati Levante will feature both dual-motor and tri-motor setup options. The top-spec tri-motor setup will make a hefty 745 hp of power. The company will also feature a less powerful dual-motor setup but the exact launch date is not confirmed. Similar to the company’s current Folgore lineup, the Levante will also adopt the Folgore tag as an all-electric version of the lineup. Although we are not sure if Maserati will launch an ICE-powered Levante or not.



The Levante desperately needs a refresh since its launch in 2016. Maserati launched a minor update of the SUV with a facelifted model but no major upgrades to the car are offered. We expect the upcoming 2025 Levante will come with a similar powertrain spec as the brand’s upcoming 2024 GranTurismo Folgore. The sports coupe will offer a tri-motor setup making over 751 horsepower. The GranTurismo Folgore will pack a 92.5 kWh battery and deliver a range of 280 miles on a single charge. The sports coupe can hit 60 mph in a thrilling 2.6 seconds and will offer a top speed of a crazy 200 mph.

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The 2025 Maserati Levante Folgore will reportedly start at a price of around $100,000. The current-gen ICE-powered Levante starts at around $81,000. Maserati’s upcoming Grecale Folgore and Quattroporte Folgore are next in line with their all-electric powertrain. The upcoming Grecale will offer a driving range of 300 miles and will start at $80,000. The upcoming Maserati Quattroporte Folgore offers a big 105 kWh battery and will start at around $100,000.

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