A Quick Guide to Maserati Engines
Maserati engines are grouped into two categories: V6 and V8. V6 engines can be found in the family-friendly models, while you can find V8 engines in the performance and power-focused models. The Ghibli uses V6 engines and the Gran Turismo unleashes the V8. The Levante and the Quattroporte have different models capable of housing both.
Maserati 345 HP TWIN-TURBO V6 Engine
The 345 HP TWIN-TURBO V6 engine brings 345 horsepower to the party at 5000 revolutions per minute, with a peak torque of 369 pounds per foot between 4500 – 5000 rpm. It accelerates from 0-62 miles per hour in 5.5 seconds and tops out at 166 mph. You can find this engine in the Ghibli, Levante.
Maserati 424 HP TWIN-TURBO V6 Engine
Our 424 HP TWIN-TURBO V6 engine is the most powerful version of the V6 Maserati engines. It delivers 424 hp at 5,570 rpm. Peak torque of 428 lbs.-ft is available between 2,250 and 4,000 rpm. The engine accelerates from 0-62 mph in 4.7/4.9 seconds and tops out at 178 mph. You can find it in the Ghibli S, Ghibli S Q4, Levante S, Quattroporte S, and Quattroporte S Q4.
Maserati 523 HP TWIN-TURBO V8 Engine
The 523 HP TWIN-TURBO V8 untethers 523 hp with impressive torque at 524 lbs.-ft between 2,250-3500 rpm. It goes 0-62 in 4.7 seconds and tops out at 193 mph and can be found in the Quattroporte GTS.
Maserati 550 HP TWIN-TURBO V8 Engine
Our 550 HP TWIN-TURBO V8 engine harnesses 550 hp and torque that tops out at 538 lbs.-ft. It can go from 0-60 mph in 4 seconds and maxes out at 181 mph. This engine can be found in the Levante GTS.
Maserati 590 HP TWIN-TURBO V8 Engine
590 HP TWIN-TURBO V8 engine is a monster that creates 590 hp at a peak torque of 538 lbs.-ft. It goes from 0-60 in 3.7 seconds and tops out at 189 mph. The fierce engine can be found in the Levante Trofeo.
Maserati 454 HP TWIN-TURBO V8 Engine
454 HP TWIN-TURBO V8 engine is suited for the race track the moment it is loaded into a GranTurismo or GranTurismo Convertible. It provides 384 lbs.-ft of torque while revving up to 7000 rpm. The Maserati team uses technology derived from collecting data on motorsport races for refinements. The GranTurismo Sport and GranTurismo MC accelerate from zero to 62 mph in 4.8 seconds and 4.7 seconds and top out at 186 mph – 187 mph.
Maserati 330 HP Mild Hybrid Engine
The 330 HP Mild Hybrid engine is a hybrid solution with an emphasis on improving performance, cutting emissions, and reducing fuel consumption. The hybrid engine captures kinetic energy created while the vehicle is in motion and stores that energy in a battery. The engine taps into the battery when the car goes electric. It has a unique powertrain that combines an internal 4-cylinder combustion engine with a 48-volt alternator and an additional electric supercharger, supported by a battery.
Where Maserati Engines are Made
Maserati partners with Ferrari to manufacture engines at a historic Ferrari plant in Maranello, Italy. It is an Italian alliance that has lasted for decades. Maserati vehicles are primarily manufactured in three main factories spread across Italy:
- Viale Ciro Menotti, Modena
- Giovanni Agnelli Plant in Grugliasco
- Turin Mirafiori Complex
Ferrari-built Maserati engines are known for their reliability. Each engine is put through an arduous testing process designed to simulate years of wear and tear. Rest assured that if it can happen on the road, Maserati simulated it in a lab.
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