Maserati North America introduced the brand’s model year 2021 vehicles at Willow Springs, California showcasing their dynamic performance capabilities on the race track and road. This new range of vehicles features a variety of design and technology upgrades, such as updated styling to create a more unified look for the Levante, Ghibli, and Quattroporte, along with a new generation MIA (Maserati Intelligent Assistant) multimedia system.
Each of the three models has specific changes, all of which reflect the same philosophy, making these MY21 vehicles instantly recognizable. Distinctive design features include a new front grille and rear light clusters that provide a boomerang shape inspired by the 3200 GT. In each of the MY21 vehicles, these clusters feature a three-color lens as a result of using a state-of-the-art 3K injection molding technology. The boomerang shape has black around the edge, red in the middle, and clear in the bottom section.
The MIA multimedia system is powered by an Android Automotive operating system, offering a new and innovative user experience with full personalization capabilities. Integrated into this system for all MY21 models and beyond is the new Maserati Connect program that keeps the driver informed of the car’s health, alerts them when the vehicle needs to be serviced, and assists in emergencies and instances of car theft. Drivers can stay in contact with their car via the Maserati Connect app or virtual personal assistant, such as Google Assist and Amazon Alexa. MY21 vehicles also feature Active Driving Assist, which has been added to the ADAS already available in the Levante,