Maserati’s MY18 “Advanced Driver Assistance System” provides drivers with several never-before-seen technologies aimed at getting you safely from point A to point B. For example, the Q4 can sense when a driver accidentally begins to veer out of a lane.
For the record, this should not be used as an excuse to text while driving. Just understand that if you find yourself fidgeting with the radio too much, Maserati has your back. Also, the car comes with traffic sign assist, a front-facing camera that can read out and interpret speed limit, road work, and other traffic signs. The driver is then provided with dashboard alerts based on road signs.
With just the push of a button, drivers can activate the Q4’s rear axle limited slip differential, which provides drivers with an added sense of security while driving in slippery conditions. If professional driver Filippo Pensotty could whip around an ice track in Cervinia at over 70 MPH, you should feel more than comfortable on a wet highway.
Maserati is unique in that they provide car-buyers with the opportunity to customize the car’s luxurious interiors. When it comes to the Quattroporte GTC GranLusso, the “super sedan” which sells for $137,970, the seats are hand-stitched with Ermenegildo Zegna silk and produced with the same attention to detail as a tailored suit. The ‘Zegna Silk Edition’ package is offered as an upgrade to the Ghibli, Quattroporte, and Levante models.
The Q4 Levante, as well as the Ghibli, start with an MSRP less than $80,000. Even though this price is far from the multi-million dollar high-end Maseratis, these cars are still going to cost you a pretty penny. Regardless, car enthusiasts will argue that the expensive price tag is more than worth it for the pleasurable experience of driving one of the luxurious machines.