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News Stellantis’ Turin Italy Factory to Build EVs for all Brands Including Maserati

Stellantis’ Turin Italy Factory to Build EVs for all Brands Including Maserati

Stellantis’ EVs plans will see the creation of a hub for a number of brands


  • The plant currently assembles the Levante and the new Fiat 500.

  • The Mirafiori plant will build Fiat, Maserati, and other EVs.


Some might say that Stellantis is playing catch-up to some of its competitors when it comes to EVs. Even so, better a little late than never, as they say. The Mirafiori factory in Turin, a historic center for Fiat, will be retooled and become a hub for EV production.

Stellantis to spend over $35 billion by 2025, mostly towards EVs

Maserati will also call this factory home. The Ghibli and Quattroporte sedans will soon be built there as will Maserati’s future EVs. Stellantis will engineer a new dedicated EV platform for the prestigious Italian brand and will be produced in Turin. This new platform will underpin new Maserati sedans between 2022 and 2024.

Beyond EVs, the Mirafiori plant will have a single manufacturing process to make combustion engines, hybrids, and electric powertrains according to Automotive News Europe.

Stellantis has earmarked more than $35 billion between now and 2025 for EV development and production. This move supports this initiative.

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