Maserati says it will be all-electric by 2030

(March 18, 2022) MODENA, Italy — The Italiam luxury brand Maserati is going fully electric by 2030. And the company said Thursday that all of its vehicles will offer a battery-electric version by 2025. The Gran Turismo coupe and its convertible counterpart, known as the GranCabrio, will be Maserati's first cars to have battery-electric powertrains, next year.

The Grecale crossover that launches this year in the U.S. will get an electric variant in 2023. Electric versions of the MC20 upercar, the Quattroporte sport sedan and the Levante crossover will follow.

The line of electric vehicles will bear the Folgore name.

The new GranTurismo will be the first car in Maserati history to adopt 100% electric solutions. It has been rumored that the car will come with more than 1,200 horsepower and will have three independent electric motors.

Made at the Mirafiori production hub, it will debut in the market in 2023.  According to Maserati, the new GranTurismo, a true icon for the brand, will offer cutting-edge technical solutions derived from Formula E, superb performance, comfort and elegance, all typical of the Trident.  Next year, the all-new Grecale SUV — scheduled for launch in the next few days — will also become available in an electric version."

Folgore Gran Turismo

All Maserati models will come in a 100% electric version by 2025 — the MC20 super sports car, the new Quattroporte sport sedan and the all-new full-size Levante SUV will complete the Maserati Folgore offering, to attract the new luxury consumer in all market segments.

The Maserati plan is part of the Stellantis “Dare Forward 2030” strategic plan announced on March 1. All the brand’s new models will be developed, engineered and produced 100% in Italy, and will be adopting electric powertrains, to bring great innovation and high performance, both typical of Maserati’s DNA.

In 2021, the Stellantis Group's only luxury brand reported an increase in its global market share to 2.4%, specifically at 2.9% and 2.7% in North America and China, respectively. Last year, Maserati recorded robust growth in sales, at 41% year-on-year with a total of 24,269 vehicles delivered to customers worldwide.