What started out as the Maserati Kubang has now turned into the Maserati Levante SUV. I am ok with the name change but KUBANG was the name that made me say, “Massive chicks are going to give me the greatest dome I’ve ever had in this freaking vehicle!” Soon I will have to take this off the concept list and bring it over to the Top 50. I’m a lil sad on the price of the Maserati Levante SUV; if you get your money right , almost anyone may be able to afford one. The Maserati Levante SUV comes in at a cool$75,000USD and can be fully upgraded to $90,000. This means that a seasoned hood pharmacist can purchase one if he gets his ghetto account paramour to sign for him. I want this thing very bad, but I don’t know if I’m willing to have anyone stereotype me. Fu#k it! I’m legit all the way. The truth is I don’t want anyone that I know or some monkey-looking assh*le being anywhere on my level. I work hard for the money. The Maserati Levante SUV has been a concept for quite sometime now but is promised to be released the end of 2013 to somewhere in the beginning of 2015. I can wait.
The Maserati Levante SUV will be manufactured in Italy. I’m happy about that but a bit sad for other reasons. It was supposed to be manufactured in Detroit, Michigan. Now, if you’ve ever been to Detroit or know anything about the city, you should know that the place is a dump. Abandoned houses and buildings everywhere, drug addicts, drug dealers, and homeless people abound the city as if it were some futuristic wasteland. The folks over t Maserati probably went to visit the plant and decided it was not a good move or a good look to try and bring sexy back to the D. Freaking smart move. The Maserati Levante SUV comes in two versions, a 3.0 liter V6 410HP twin-turbocharged engine with a nine-speed manumatic transmission or a 3.8 liter V8 530HP twin-turbocharged engine with a 8-Speed ZF automatic transmission.