THREE IN 2023 – In 2021, Maserati, during the “MMXX: Time to be Audacious” conference, announced future plans to strengthen and consolidate its position on the market, which will see it increasingly focused on electric mobility. In the 2023 in fact, three models will debut, the Maserati GranTurismo, GranCabrio And Grecaleall marked with the suffix Thunderboltthat is the electric versions of the respective thermal models and, starting from 2025, the house will offer a battery variant for each car in the price list.
THE NEW QUATTROPORTE – This transformation process, which saw a fundamental stage in the presentation of the Grecale medium-large suv last year, will result in the release of some models that are part of the current range. In the 2024in fact, to give thegoodbye at the market will be the sedan Ghibli (pictured above). The Modena company had announced the departure of this model during the presentation of the latest industrial plan. But the news was confirmed by the general manager of Maserati Australia, Grant Barling, during an interview with the site Drive. However, Maserati will consolidate the sedan range with the new Quattroportewhich will arrive by 2025 and that compared to the current one it will be of size slightly lowermore similar to those of the outgoing Ghibli.
PREFERENCES CHANGE – After all, there Ghiblion the market since 2013, in recent years has experienced a decline in sales due to change of preferences in the public, increasingly oriented towards SUVs. The farewell of the Ghibli will also mark the end of the Maserati with V8 engine, as the current Ghibli, Quattroporte and the Levante SUV (destined to be replaced by a new model in 2025) will be the last models of the brand equipped with the eight cylinders 3.9-liter twin-turbo of Ferrari origin. Future generations of Four doors And Levant they will in fact have electric versionsbut they should also be offered with heat engines: the natural candidate is the new one 6 cylinders Neptune already used on MC20 and Grecale.
IN 2025, ALL WITH ELECTRIC VERSIONS – As mentioned, the electric variants of the Grecale and the new generations of GranTurismo and GranCabrio will arrive in 2023, while the battery-powered counterparts of the supercar MC20 and the next ones Four doors And Levant are scheduled for 2025.