With rumours of Maserati ditching the infamous GranTurismo model, FCA (Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) has restored faith in the brand by announcing an all-new, all-electric Ghibli. The announcement was made amidst merger talks with Frech car manufacturer PSA, which many feared would lead to the brand being dropped from their future lineups. Maserati has also vowed to electrify their entire lineup by 2024.
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Reassuring the existing staff and plants in Italy, FCA claims that all production of new Electric models will not be moved to a new location, as it plans to keep production at existing Modena, Cassino and Turin.
The new Ghibli will reportedly be available in 2020 with a choice of Hybrid and full EV powertrains, followed by the crossover SUV (Levante) Hybrid in 2021.