Designed in-house, the Jeep Grand Cherokee-based model has unique styling which will undoubtedly cause visceral reactions.
The highly-anticipated Maserati Kubang concept has been unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Designed in-house, the Jeep Grand Cherokee-based model has a prominent grille, front fender vents and LED headlights. Further back, a sloping roofline leads to a uniquely styled tailgate which will undoubtedly cause visceral reactions.
The company declined to release specifications, but said the production model will be "100% Maserati" with a next-generation engine produced by Ferrari. It will be paired to an eight-speed automatic transmission which promises to deliver an engaging driving experience. Additionally, the suspension, brakes and steering system will be unique to the luxurious sport crossover.