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Maserati has recently confirmed what the future holds in terms of EVs, assuring that there will still be a next-generation Quattroporte, though its release date has been pushed back to 2028. And that isn't the only future model that's fallen behind schedule, as the planned EV successor for the aging Levante SUV will also be arriving two years later than expected.



After previous reports deemed the Quattroporte EV "frozen until further notice," Maserati has stepped in to confirm that the sedan will hit dealers in 2028, three years later than initially planned. We still don't know why the automaker is putting the sedan on hold, though the duration of the delay suggests that Maserati is making major revisions to its upcoming electric sedan.


But there will be plenty to get excited for before the new Quattroporte begins deliveries, as Maserati has announced the arrival of an all-electric MC20 Folgore supercar in 2025. We're expecting it to bear major resemblance with the current V6-powered MC20, while sharing parts with the ultra-exclusive Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale. That model borrowed many components from the MC20, offering either Maserati's V6 under the hood or a fully-electric powertrain. The latter setup will likely make its way into the MC20 Folgore.


Arriving even sooner is a new Maserati GranCabrio, which will join the latest GranTurismo later this year with its first-ever Folgore EV variant.




Maserati has also announced the arrival of a second-generation Levante SUV, which will also feature a fully-electric powertrain. While it was supposed to arrive in 2025, this model has also been hit by delays and is now slated to arrive at showrooms in 2027. The new SUV may or may not continue to wear the Levante moniker, as Maserati only referred to it as an "E-UV."


All in all, it's reassuring to hear that Maserati isn't quite as behind on EVs as initially feared, even if some models are still facing setbacks.



Image Credits: Maserati
Future Cars
Feb 3, 2024
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Maserati Outlines Future EVs, New Quattroporte Still In The Works

An all-electric MC20 Folgore and a new Levante SUV are on the way as well.

Maserati has recently confirmed what the future holds in terms of EVs, assuring that there will still be a next-generation Quattroporte, though its release date has been pushed back to 2028. And that isn't the only future model that's fallen behind schedule, as the planned EV successor for the aging Levante SUV will also be arriving two years later than expected.



After previous reports deemed the Quattroporte EV "frozen until further notice," Maserati has stepped in to confirm that the sedan will hit dealers in 2028, three years later than initially planned. We still don't know why the automaker is putting the sedan on hold, though the duration of the delay suggests that Maserati is making major revisions to its upcoming electric sedan.


But there will be plenty to get excited for before the new Quattroporte begins deliveries, as Maserati has announced the arrival of an all-electric MC20 Folgore supercar in 2025. We're expecting it to bear major resemblance with the current V6-powered MC20, while sharing parts with the ultra-exclusive Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale. That model borrowed many components from the MC20, offering either Maserati's V6 under the hood or a fully-electric powertrain. The latter setup will likely make its way into the MC20 Folgore.


Arriving even sooner is a new Maserati GranCabrio, which will join the latest GranTurismo later this year with its first-ever Folgore EV variant.




Maserati has also announced the arrival of a second-generation Levante SUV, which will also feature a fully-electric powertrain. While it was supposed to arrive in 2025, this model has also been hit by delays and is now slated to arrive at showrooms in 2027. The new SUV may or may not continue to wear the Levante moniker, as Maserati only referred to it as an "E-UV."


All in all, it's reassuring to hear that Maserati isn't quite as behind on EVs as initially feared, even if some models are still facing setbacks.



Image Credits: Maserati

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