Replacements for Maserati’s GranTurismo and GranCabrio models have been confirmed by the Modena-based car maker. Announcing its future plans, the GT and GC will return for a second generation. Maserati says the new pair will be electrified, although they will also be available with petrol power. The coupe is due to be released in 2021, the convertible (previous model pictured below right) following in 2022.
Before then, in 2020, will come a heavily updated Ghibli, the first ever hybrid electric Maserati, using a plug-in system and boasting the capability of electriconly travel. The revised Ghibli, which is due to be produced in Turin, will also introduce autonomous driving technology. Later in 2020 will come the first all-new Maserati since the 2015 Levante: the Alfieri supercar. This will be made at Maserati’s Modena factory, which is currently being upgraded to accommodate the model’s all-electric powertrain, but again conventional petrol options will be offered. An Alfieri convertible will follow in 2021.
Next up, in 2021, comes a new compact SUV, slotting in below the Levante. Allnew Levante and Quattroporte models are also due to be launched in 2023. Finally, Maserati is setting up a new customisation programme in a dedicated workshop within the Modena plant.