In this article, a novel three-phase asymmetrical multilevel inverter is presented. The proposed inverter is designed with an optimal hardware components to generate three-phase nineteen output voltage levels. The proposed inverter exhibits various advantages like a suitable output voltage waveform with improved power quality, lower total harmonic distortion (THD), and more moderate complexity, reduction in cost, reduced power losses, and improved efficiency. A comparison of the proposed topology in terms of several parameters with existing methods illustrates its merits and features. The proposed inverter tested with steady-state and dynamic load disturbances. Various experimental results are included in this article to validate the performance of the proposed inverter during various extremities. In addition, a detailed comparison is tabulated between simulation and experimental results graphically. The proposed inverter has been stable even during load disturbance conditions. The simulation and feasibility model are verified using a prototype model.