Maserati’s new and electrified products will be manufactured in Italy (Modena, Cassino, and Turin). All new models will be manufactured in Italy having hybrid and battery electric propulsion systems.

Autonomous Driving:

An act of creativity taken by Maserati is the degree of Autonomous Driving; all upcoming and updated models will provide a range of Autonomous Driving potentials, Related to the safety of the driver when he will be unable to control the vehicle, Maserati’s level 2 improved Highway Assist evolving to level 3 with hands-off providing close to full autonomy with the capability to drive in and out of lanes. This will be really comforting.

Maserati’s first Electric Model Launching in 2020:

Maserati will commence on electrification in 2020. Maserati Ghibli will be manufactured in Turin. It will be the first hybrid-electric propulsion for the brand.

Maserati’s Ghibli Specifications:

The new Ghibli sedan from Maserati provides advanced aerodynamics that will assists in handling that additional bit of performance over its precursors. Its new 3.0-litre Euro V6 compliant engine provides 275bhp of power and 600Nm of torque. The maximum speed is electronically restricted to 250kmph, while the vehicle is specified to achieve sprinting from 0 – 100 kph in 6.3 seconds. Ghibli has special features such as new adaptive LED headlamps, the Skyhook adaptive suspension system and the Integrated Vehicle Control System (IVC), along with Advanced Driving Assistance Systems (ADAS). Maserati’s Ghibli diesel serves the purpose of well-costing Rs 1.33 crores.

Over many years, Maserati’s Ghibli has been admired by the Italian car manufacturer’s product range. Maserati’s cars have always provided customers with a budget-friendly choice over the costly Ferrari range. Besides cosmetic variations and feature upgrading, 2018 Mesarati’s Ghibli is also provided with a very powerful diesel engine.

Maserati’s first new upcoming Model:

Maserati’s sports car will be the earliest to be manufactured. It will be manufactured in the Modena plant, where many other big manufacturing line upgrades are under construction to assist in its Power Train.

Maserati’s Utility Vehicle:

Maserati’s utility vehicle will be the next one to be produced after Maserati’s sports car. It will be manufactured at Cassino. An expenditure of 800 million euros has been estimated for the building up of the new production line that is planned to initiate at the end of the first three months of 2020, while the pre-series cars are likely to roll off the line by 2021.

Maserati’s GranTurismo and GranCabrio:

Maserati’s GranTurismo and GranCabrio will stay the brand’s roots part and these two will sign the Maserati’s total electrification era. The newly Generated GranTurismo and GranCabrio will be manufactured at the Turin production hub. Manufacturing of the new Maserati’s models will add up to the line-up of the present Maserati’s range consisting of Levante, Quattroporte, and Ghibli.

Maserati GranTurismo Specifications:

The updated GranTurismo has a redesigned front bumper and a re-examined powertrain.

It is powered by a 4.7- liter V8 providing 460bhp and 520Nm. It is available in two variants – Sports and MC. Maserati has launched 2018 My Maserati GranTurismo in India for Rs 2.25 Crore.

Maserati’s innovative towards Customer Care:

Maserati’s other step towards the customer’s focus is the initiation of the construction of a paint shop in Modena, which is a new character for the Modena plant. The pattern of the paint shop will also let the customers look at their cars painted in front of them.

Maserati’s Customization Program:

Maserati is also starting a new customization program for customers who seek individuality. In Modena Plant, a customization workshop will be arranged for them. This would be a good initiative by Maserati.