Maserati Kubang Concept: Photo Gallery

Maserati kubang concept
Maserati's first foray into the SUV market will yield a vehicle composed of many different DNA strands. The new SUV, previously thought to be called the Kubang, will be built in Detroit and use Jeep Grand Cherokee architecture, a Fiat transmission and a Ferrari-sourced powertrain.

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Though Maserati's been throwing the Kubang name around since the first concept debuted at the 2003 Detroit Auto Show, the production version will use a different moniker when it goes on sale for the 2014 model year, according to Fiat boss, Sergio Marchionne. Another version of the concept SUV resurfaced at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show.

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Maserati Kubang Concept

Maserati Kubang Concept

Maserati Kubang Concept

Maserati Kubang Concept

Maserati Kubang Concept

Maserati Kubang Concept

Maserati Kubang Concept

Maserati Kubang Concept

Maserati Kubang Concept

Maserati Kubang Concept

Maserati Kubang Concept

Comments 

othree

Wow.. this thing has great styling! Very fresh and innovative!

LX470Owner

Looks like all it needs is real head and tail lamps and it will be complete. But first.....how much?

skinner

That girl on the right may be pretty, but her dress is hideous!

LX470Owner

The name is hideous too. Why not something in conjunction with the Quattroporte (meaning 4 doors) and call it like the Cinqueporte because it's a 5 door. Just sayin....

Toes

How about reintroducing the LM-moniker: LM-X ?

Toes

My bad: that was a Lamborghini...

Nic

Lets see how much they can stretch a Jeep with a Ferrari engine price.

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