2015 Maserati Levante (SUV)

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    2015 Maserati Levante (SUV)

    #95145
    gti

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    #95146

      Me gusta, firmo por que sea así…

    #95147

    Estaría mejor si tuviese un morro más afilado como el GT

    #95148

      Tambien seria bueno, pero creo que así luce genial…

    #95149

    Pero cual es la veracidad de que efectivamente se decidan a lanzar un SUV?

    #95150

      WSJ: Marchionne confirms Grand Cherokee-based Maserati SUV to be built in MI

    Remember the last time Chrysler and Maserati collaborated? It was the late ’80s, the car was called the Chrysler TC by Maserati,and it didn’t go nearly as well as the men in charge of the project had hoped. Now, 25 years later, Sergio Marchionne heads both companies and he wants to try another tryst. It will again be a Maserati body on a Chrysler platform, this time a Maserati SUV on the Jeep Grand Cherokee’s underpinnings. The vehicle has actually been rumored for some time now, with earlier reports suggesting that the off-road Maser is likely to receive Ferrari power, but this is the first time we’ve heard such clear and concrete talk from a high-ranking official like Marchionne.

    Marchionne has confirmed the vehicle’s arrival to The Wall Street Journal, going so far as to say, «This is just a great architecture. Why wouldn’t I put a Maserati on it?» To be fair, the same platform does duty under the Mercedes M-Class, which is built in Alabama, and that line runs in price all the way up to the $92,590 M63 AMG so there’s no reason it won’t suit a properly engineered Maserati.

    Yet while the TC by Maserati was built in Milan with hand-finished bodies, this SUV will apparently be produced on the same line as the Jeep and Dodge Durango in Chrysler’s Jefferson North plant in Detroit. No date has been mentioned for when it will appear, nor do we have any idea of what it will look like. But if it truly sticks to Maserati values – other than the part about being made in Italy – it will probably compete with the Porsche Cayenne, Range Rover and Mercedes G-Class. Hat tips to Prhime and Ryan!

    http://www.autoblog.com/2010/11/22/wsj-marchionne-confirms-grand-cherokee-based-maserati-suv-to-be/

    #95151

    ¡Es una inocentada!

    #95152

    En Italia es el día 1 de abril me temo

    #95153

    Me gusta,pena que sea una inoncetada

    #95154

    Insisto… el 28 de Diciembre sólo es el día de los inocentes en España, ¿contáis con eso? El primero de abril es el día en otros países

    #95155

    Pues por lo que se lee parece ser que de inocentada nada…
    Bienvenido sea como sea! Firmo por algo parecido al chop coloradito 🙂

    #95156

      No puede ser una inocentada puesto que se publico esa noticia el 22 de Noviembre…

    #95157

    [quote quote=»Zhio»]
    Insisto… el 28 de Diciembre sólo es el día de los inocentes en España, …
    [/quote]

    Aqui tambien es el 28 de Diciembre

    #95158

    Sé que el día de los inocentes en Italia es en abril… Lo digo porque me «sorprende» que todas las marcas de lujo se empeñen en sacar todocaminos (Porsche, Maserati, Aston Martin – Lagonda y en un futuro Ferrari).

    #95159

      Si se venden no veo por que no hacer dinero con algo que se venda, la Cayenne es tan común por estos rumbos que estoy seguro que es lo que más venden Porsche en México y no es precisamente una ganga, pero al menos es un vehiculo idoneo para muchos que como yo tenemos familia, es decir, tengo a mi esposa y mi hija, y si quiero un Boxster o un 911 una de las dos se queda en casa, con Lucas incluido (mi pato), pero con la Cayenne eso no es un problema…

    #95160
    olo

    Fiat and Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionnne confirmed at the Detroit auto show this week that the next Maserati SUV will feature a Ferrari-designed engine, possibly in both V8 and V12 variants.

    «It will be a rock and roll engine,» said Marchionne during a chat with reporters.

    The Maserati SUV is scheduled to debut next year and will be built on the Jeep Grand Cherokee platform at a Chrysler plant in Detroit.

    Marchionne was also expressive with regard to Chrysler and Dodge brand cars.

    «We now have a lineup we’re not ashamed of,» said Marchionne.

    But there are still some models that Marchionne is not happy with.

    «To call the [Dodge] Caliber a retail vehicle would be an abomination,» he said.

    Fiat has now upped its stake in Chrysler Group to 25 percent, thanks to Fiat meeting the first of three contractual conditions of providing the American automaker with a fuel-efficient 4-cylinder engine. Marchionne said his goal for 2011 is to boost Chrysler Group sales to 2 million units over the 1.6 million units sold in 2010 and to increase it’s U.S. market share to 10 percent from the current 9.4 percent.

    Fiat hopes to have a controlling stake in Chrysler of over 50 percent by the end of the year.

    [url url=http://www.worldcarfans.com/111011230421/fiat-ceo-confirms-ferrari-power-plant-for-maserati-suv]WCF[/url]

    #95161

      Si es comola que abre el tema, a vender un riñon se ha dicho…

    #95162

    Paso a paso…

    -V8 y V12 para un SUV???…uff, como será eso?
    -Maserati hecho por los yankies?…que raro me suena eso, es un revival inverso del Chrysler TC.
    -Lo del Caliber…puff, menuda novedad…
    -Y finalmente, me gustaría ver ese aumento de MS, y de donde van a sacar el cash para llegar al 50% (Alfa???)

    #95163

      Yo no veoproblemas de que sera un V8, el V12 si lo dudaria pero me gusta la idea…

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