Maserati Confirms Debut of All-Electric Quattroporte in 2028; New Large Electric SUV Scheduled for 2027

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Maserati has announced its electrification roadmap for the coming years, with the all-electric Quattroporte set to debut in 2028 and an all-electric Levante replacement expected in 2027. The MC20 Folgore is slated to launch in 2025.

Recently, Maserati disclosed its commitment to producing 100% of its vehicles in Italy as part of its electrification strategy. The GranCabrio Folgore is scheduled to be launched in Europe later this year, following its internal combustion counterpart. Additionally, Maserati outlined launch timelines for other electric models, including the next-generation Quattroporte and the Levante replacement.

Maserati’s “road to electrification” will see the arrival of the MC20 Folgore in 2025, followed by an all-new large electric SUV in 2027 and the next-generation Quattroporte EV in 2028. The term “Folgore” denotes the all-electric Maserati lineup, indicating that it will be applied to the new Quattroporte upon its release later in the decade. The large electric UV hinted by Maserati is expected to be the next-gen Levante Folgore.

CEO Davide Grasso stated, “Driven by our Modena heart, we are going full throttle to lead change on electrification, with two of our iconic models already available for purchase in their 100 per cent electric versions, and another on the way this year.” The GranTurismo Folgore and Grecale Folgore, both luxury EVs, are already on sale in Europe. Maserati has also been involved in Formula E since 2023, with the GranTurismo Folgore incorporating technical solutions derived from Formula E.

Maserati’s transition to electrification aligns with Stellantis’ Dare Forward 2030 strategy, with plans for all models to adopt electric powertrains to bring innovation and high performance.

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