The stunning Maserati Alfieri will become a production model, likely making an appearance by 2016.
The Italian automaker has shared plans for its future, revealing that the Alfieri coupe and cabriolet models are heading to production while the GranTurismo and GranCabrio will also be replaced by 2018. In addition, the Maserati Levante SUV appears to be making its debut next year.
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As for the company’s powerplants, the 2018 model year will see a boost in performance, with the Ghibli, Quattroporte, Levante and GranTurismo models all receiving at least 560 hp from a V8 engine. There will also be an expansion on its V6 engines, with 350- and 450-hp offerings going to the Ghibli and Quattroporte sedans while the Levante will have the options of a 350-hp V6 or a 425-hp unit. The Alfieri will not receive a V8 option but will have 410-, 450- and 520-hp V6 engines available.
Expect more diesel engines to be heading to the Ghibli, Quattroporte and Levante as well ranging from 250 hp to 340 hp. Ultimately, Maserati hopes to grow sales from 15,400 units to 75,000 units.
“Maserati will deliver double-digit margins throughout the plan period,” said Harald Wester, chief executive of the Alfa Romeo, Maserati and Abarth brands.
GALLERY: Maserati Alfieri Concept Live Photos
GALLERY: Maserati Alfieri Concept Official Photos
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