They plan to launch 13 new models in the next three years.
The hot MC20 is only the first step.
The Grecale will play a pivotal role in the company’s future.
This past week will have belonged to Maserati, without a doubt. They started off with a massive bang by introducing their sensual supercar, the MC20, and followed with the compact SUV that will be known as the Grecale. These two models will spawn a number of versions and there’s more to come.
The MC20, Maserati’s first halo car in 15 years, will be first in 2021. The aforementioned Grecale, which will slot below the Levante, is expected sometime later in 2021. As well, the Levante will get a 48V MHEV version in the course of the year as well.
According to autoexpress.co.uk, 2022 will be the “big one”. The MC20 Spider and fully electric versions will arrive. Not to be outdone, the Granturismo and Grancabrio will return as both petrol-powered and EV models. And finally, an electric iteration of the Grecale will also make an appearance.
Come 2023/2024, Maserati will introduce the next generation of the Levante along with an electric version. In the same period, two all-new Quattroporte luxury sedans including an EV, will be launched.
In the story, it is reported that Maserati CEO Davide Grosso revealed that the MC20’s Nettuno 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 will reprise its role as a powerplant across the company’s range of vehicles.