Maserati plans to introduce electric versions of the entire car series next year. Maserati CEO Davide Grasso has described the transition to an all-electric company by 2030 as a “decisive moment” for the company.
The company said that luxury car brand Maserati plans to offer electric versions of all of its models by 2025, starting with the new GranTurismo EV with more than 1,200 horsepower.
The GranTurismo “Volgor” will be the first all-electric car of the famous Italian brand, owned by Stellantis, the former Fiat Chrysler company. Maserati added that it is expected to have a top speed of 305 km / h, and it will reach speeds from 0 to 100 km / h in less than three seconds.
Under the GranTurismo model, Maserati will offer the all-electric Grecale mid-size SUV and the Grancabrio GT. By 2025, Maserati also plans to add electric versions of its MC20 supercar, Quattroporte sedans and Levante SUVs.
Maserati CEO David Grasso has described the transformation of electric vehicles, including the goal of making the company all-electric by 2030, as a “decisive moment” for the more than century-old automaker.
Almost all major car manufacturers, especially luxury companies such as Maserati, have predicted that by 2030, electric vehicles will make up the majority, if not the total, of sales.
Preview images of the electric GranTurismo model released on Thursday show off the elegant exterior of the four-seat coupe.
Maserati has not announced expected prices for new electric cars. His current conventional models range from about $78,000 to over $200,000.