Maserati confirms electric vehicle development plans

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Maserati has confirmed that all of its future models will be 100% developed, engineered and built in Italy, and will adopt hybrid and battery electric propulsion systems. The Italian OEM’s electrification program starts this year, and the hybrid to be built will be the new Ghibli.

Production of the new Maserati GranTurismo and GranCabrio, the Brand’s first cars to adopt 100% electric solutions, will commence in 2021. Both will be built at the Mirafiori production hub thanks to a US$863m investment.

In 2020, the first of the new Modena-built models will be a Maserati super sports car. Major modernization work is in progress on the production line at the Modena plant. Also upcoming is a new Maserati utility vehicle, to be built at Cassino.

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