Maserati GranTurismo Folgore, 1200 electric hp in 2023

Maserati GranTurismo Folgore, 1200 electric hp in 2023

Maserati GranTurismo Folgore

Maserati is the Italian luxury brand ahead of all in the electrification process, at least on paper: the brand has in fact announced its plan to propose electric versions of its catalog by 2025, starting with a 1200 horsepower GranTurismo EV waiting for 2023.

The new Maserati GranTurismo Folgore will be the first luxury electric car to be produced in Italy: a car capable of reaching 300 km / h of speed is expected, with over 1200 horsepower and a 0-100 time of less than 3 seconds. It will be produced at the Mirafiori plant, and as anticipated its debut on the market is expected in 2023: the car will be embellished with technologies derived directly from Formula E, and will offer the typical level of performance, comfort and elegance to which Maserati has accustomed us. over the years.

All these new models will be developed and produced 100% in Italy and will closely follow the 'Dare Forward 2030' plan presented by Stellantis a few weeks ago; Data in hand, Maserati's future looks on track, and this new 100% electric strategy will only further develop the brand's popularity in areas where it is growing the most, such as North America and China. In fact, in the last year Maserati recorded a 41% increase in sales, delivering a total of 24,269 vehicles worldwide and net revenues of approximately 2 million euros.

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Maserati Shows GranTurismo Folgore EV As It Prepares To Go Electric-Only From 2030

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Mulliner’s Bespoke Bentley Bentayga Speed Space Edition Goes To Florida And Beyond

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2023 BMW M3 Touring Caught Completely Uncovered With A 2000s Phone Camera

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