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Maserati’s 2023 Roadmap

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Maserati Lineup at 2019 Shanghai Auto Show
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Maserati has been flying somewhat under the radar recently, but the Italian luxury automaker has big plans for the future. Last year, it had laid out a roadmap for 2018-2022, but a revised blueprint in Fiat Chrysler Automobile’s 2019 second-quarter results has revealed notable changes.

Likely the most significant omission from Maserati’s new plan is the Alfieri coupe and convertible. The Alfieri’s development had been tumultuous, to say the least, having been delayed from 2016 to 2022 before being cancelled altogether.

However, Maserati promises that an all-new coupe and convertible sports car will replace what would have been the Alfieri, and production could start as soon as in the first half of 2020, with a reveal to take place at the Geneva Motor Show that March.

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In 2021, Maserati will launch an all-new GranTurismo, a new SUV positioned beneath the Levante, and the aforementioned sports car. The following year will bring an all-new Quattroporte and the new GranCabrio.

There’s also a lot of electrification on the horizon. At least three of Maserati’s new products will boast an electrified powertrain, which seems to match the automaker’s previous claim that it would offer electric versions of the Ghibli, Levante, and Quattroporte.

Of course, with how much Maserati has been changing its plans of late, there’s no way to tell how concrete this revised roadmap really is. Still, it’s fairly clear there are a few things on Maserati’s mind: update the best-selling models, electrify the lineup, and launch a new halo sports car. We’ll just have to see how that looks in the next two to three years.

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