Last week, reports said that the Maserati Quattroporte Folgore will be late in arriving. Now, the company itself has come to confirm the information, revealing that the electric version of the sedan will not be presented before 2028.
In addition, the Italians they announced which electric vehicles will take their turn before this one, starting in 2025. The first model to be added to its range Maserati is a version of MC20 with zero pollutantswhile it will follow the 2027 one large electric SUVwhich will actually be o electric successor to the Levante.
According to the automaker, the above products will designed, developed and manufactured entirely in Italy.
“Propelled by our beating heart in Modena, we are accelerating towards electrification, with two of our most iconic models already available in their 100% electric version and one more on the way this year.” said the Davide Grasso, CEO of Maserati. “We will offer our customers the most powerful Maseratis ever created, pushing the boundaries of driving pleasure into a new era.”
The two electric models mentioned by Grasso is GranTurismo Folgore and the Grecale Folgorewhich are already available in Europe, while the GranCabrio Folgore is the EV on the road.
THE Maserati he is the first Italian luxury car manufacturer that has turned its attention to electrification. This strategy stems from the plan Dare Forward 2030 of the Stellantis groupwhere the Italian company belongs, which ensures that each of its new models Maserati will include in its range of engines and one purely electric set.
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