With the buzz around Maserati’s electric range getting louder and louder, the Italian company has responded with a bold move. Thus, it presents two new models – GranTurismo and Grecale – that come exclusively in battery-powered versions. Now, as they prepare to unveil next year their first model (the Maserati Quattroporte Folgore) whose exclusive version is backed solely by electricity, it will be exciting to see what else this iconic manufacturer has up its sleeve.
Built on STLA, the same platform that currently produces GranTurismo models, this novel design will help promote an even more luxurious and exclusive Maserati image. By leveraging Stellantis’ ownership in numerous brands that carry their logos simultaneously, it not only marks a breakthrough in sophistication… it also emphasizes unparalleled diversity within a powerful automotive group!
Maserati Quattroporte: the luxury of electromobility
In a move to bolster its already iconic Italian styling, Davide Grasso has announced the company’s plans to incorporate elements of recent Maserati models such as the Grecale and GranTurismo. New disruptive features are also introduced that embody its first foray into electrical technology. The aim is to reduce aerodynamic drag to maximise the range of this bold vehicle. The goal is to revolutionize electromobility with cutting-edge design options.
Davide Grasso has made it clear that the Quattroporte Folgore will focus on luxury. It will up its game in an effort to outperform rivals such as the Porsche Taycan, BMW i7 and Mercedes-Benz EQS. The brand is confident that this model will help them achieve a more exclusive image.
This is the Maserati Quattroporte
The Maserati GranTurismo Folgore will be equipped with a 92.5 kWh capacity battery, although it will not initially be mated to the same relentless powertrain that yields 761 hp of maximum power. But over time, there has been speculation that the Quattroporte will offer an even higher performance Trofeo version, with 1,000 hp, and possibly more!
By 2030, Maserati aims to become a brand dedicated exclusively to electric vehicles. The third EV in its range will play a key role. Not only for its sales volume, but also to make this declaration of intent a reality. Joining forces with existing models, such as the battery-powered Maserati MC20 and Levante, it is clear that they are determined to abandon combustion engines altogether by the end of the decade.
The bar is very high for luxury car brands, where prestige and status are essential. While the most accessible models will have to rely on sales figures to get noticed, the top of the range should be made memorable at any price. This time it comes with an estimated starting price of 160,000 euros. A figure drastically lower than that of its current competitor Maserati GranTurismo Folgore, which demands 200,000 in advance.
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