Maserati will return to making two-door super sports cars in 2020, led by a new flagship Alfieri coupe. Initially shown as a concept back in 2014, Maserati has confirmed that the Alfieri will enter production in the first half of 2020.
ALFIERI TO SPEARHEAD MASERATI REBIRTH
The all-new Alfieri will be available in both fully electric and plug-in hybrid turbo V6 guises. The all-electric Alfieri will accelerate to 62mph in around 2.0 seconds and reach i86mph, thanks to all-wheel drive with active torque vectoring and active aerodynamics.
A strict two-seater, the Alfieri will be made in both coupe and convertible forms on a dedicated all-new aluminium spaceframe platform. The new model will be produced at the Via Ciro Menotti plant in Modena, where the Alfa Romeo 4C is currently built.
The Alfieri will also be the official successor to the GranTurismo and GranCabrio, which are now no longer available new. Maserati’s announcement did not include any update on the company’s forthcoming smaller SUV sister model to the Levante, set be based on the Alfa Stelvio platform.