Maserati’s head of global product planning and marketing, Francesco Tonon confirmed that a new GranTurismo and GranCabrio would arrive with full electrification.
Maserati finally took the covers off their highly-anticipated new MC20 supercar last night which packs a powerful V6 and sports some fresh new styling.
It seems the Levante will be joined by Trofeo versions of the Ghibli and Quattroporte sedans.
Maserati is embarking on a big electrification move and it has started with the reveal of a mild-hybrid version of the Ghibli saloon.
The Nettuno is the first engine produced solely by Maserati in 20 years.
The Maserati Levante Trofeo was revealed way back in 2018 and due to left-hand drive markets receiving their units first, Maserati South Africa only just started to receive units of the range-topper.
Back in October last year, we got confirmation that Maserati South Africa would indeed be bringing in the range-topping Levante and when it arrived, we got a quick look at the angry SUV before lockdown.
Maserati themselves consider this MC20 to be the spiritual successor of the mighty MC12 so when it does arrive, it should be a full-blown supercar.
The Esteso widebody package results in the Levante growing in width by 10 cm at the front and 12 cm at the rear thanks to the sweeping front and rear fender flares.
The MC20 also indicates that Maserati plans to return to racing, just as it did with the MC12.