Over the last half-decade, the luxury SUV market’s been inundated with a growing number of models from elite supercar manufacturers, with everyone from Bentley to Lamborghini now offering high-end takes on the super-sport utility class. The increasingly competitive nature of the segment’s given way to more and more high-performance variants, such as Maserati’s top-shelf Levante Trofeo from 2018. And the Trident-logoed marque now aims to become an even more dominant force in the segment via the release of the new Trofeo Collection, which now includes what were already Maserati’s fastest sedans ever made with Trofeo-spec Ghibli and Quattroporte.
The new three-car family represents the most powerful Maserati vehicle collection to date, with the Modena manufacturer bestowing the existing models with a potent new Ferrari-sourced 580hp 3.8L twin-turbocharged V8 that allows for top speeds exceeding 200mph. Other high-performance features that come as standard across the Trophy-spec family include launch control (and a “Corsa” mode), Orione rims, revised bodywork with special red accents and Trofeo badges, Active Driving Assist, Maserati Intelligent Assistant, and a plush full-grain Pieno Fiore natural leather interior. Pricing for the 2021 Maserati Trofeo Collection has yet to be announced, though more info can be found at the link below.