Now, YouTube is full of videos about why it's a bad idea to buy a Maserati, as it depreciates and might be unreliable. But that kind of logic doesn't factor when you're talking about a widebody conversion with race car looks. It's like counting calories while eating a box of donuts.
The last time we saw this project, we dubbed it the Italian WRX because it resembled that classic AWD hot hatch. It seems the artist, Brad Builds, is listening because he too refers to it as the "WRX."
The livery has been updated to bright yellow and white, while extra details have been 3D-modelled. The fenders look even more like those of a drift car, while the headlights now resemble those of the Alfa Romeo 4C, all insect-like.
The cool thing about the Levante is that, unlike many high-riders, it does come with some spicy engines. Maserati made some V8 versions that you could almost describe as Ferrari tech. There's the GTS, a 550 horsepower match for the Cayenne Turbo, as well as the Levante Trofeo with the same 3.8-liter vi-turbo dialed up to 590 HP. That one will supposedly do 0 to 60 in 3.7 seconds. That sounds like enough power to burn some rubber.