Maserati 3 New EVs On The Cards To Launch By 2023
Maserati, the Italian luxury brand, revealed earlier this month that it will offer three electrified vehicles next year. It comes after parent firm Stellantis said in March that all of its brands would have all-electric versions by 2025, with Maserati being one of them. By 2030, the complete lineup will be electric.
The All New EV Lineup
The Folgore electric line will be lead by a new 1,200 horsepower Maserati Granturismo coupe, which will be shown later this year. This “will deliver cutting-edge technical solutions inspired from Formula E, great performance, comfort, and elegance, all of which are distinctive of the Trident,” according to Maserati. It further stated that it will attain a 0-100kph benchmark sprint time of less than 3.0 seconds and a peak speed of about 300kph.
The Maserati Grancabrio, the top version, will also be available next year, according to the company. Next year, the Maserati Grecale SUV, which was recently revealed with internal combustion engines initially, one of which also has mild-hybrid technology, will have an electric version. Maserati announced three additional vehicles that would receive electric options before 2025, including the MC20 supercar, the next-generation Quattroporte sedan, and the Levante SUV.
Maserati Global Milestone
Maserati sold 24,269 cars globally last year, representing a 41 percent increase year over year in a sector plagued by component shortages. The Maserati Levante accounted for 59% of sales, followed by the Maserati Ghibli at 33% and the well-received Maserati MC20 at 1%. The company has a global market share of 2.4 percent and net revenues of £1.7 billion (around Rs 170 crore).
Despite accounting for a third of Maserati’s sales last year, the Ghibli isn’t part of the company’s long-term ambitions. The huge saloon, which was first introduced in 2013, has yet to be given a manufacturing termination date.