Maserati will demonstrate a new sports car in May next yearNovember 14, 2019
Maserati only recently completed the production of GranTurismo and GranCabrio, however, the corporation confirmed that a new “super sports car” will be released next year.
Now we have learned more about the model, as the manufacturer has distributed a commercial that states that the presentation of the car will take place in May.
Although the video does not show a car, it provides sound support for the model’s revolving motor. This does not tell us much about the sports car, but confirms that the model will receive a gasoline power unit. This is important to emphasize, as the upcoming model will be the first Maserati to be offered with an electric transmission.
The corporation did not talk very much about the car, but earlier it was called Alfieri, until Maserati decided to abandon this name and start calling it “a completely new sports car”. It is worth mentioning that in 2018, a presentation of the model was held, which will be based on an aluminum platform with a space frame and have a hybrid power plant with an electric all-wheel drive system.
At that time, the company noted that the model will be able to accelerate to the first “hundred” in about 2 seconds, and its maximum speed will be 300 km / h.
At the same time, the latest Maserati roadmap does not indicate hybrids with plug-ins – only electric cars with a battery. At the same time, Alfieri EV was mentioned in the past product plan, and the brand said that the car will be equipped with three electric motors, an all-wheel drive system and a 800 V battery. In addition, the automaker promised that the car will have long range and high performance.
Although many questions remain, the latest Maserati roadmap has shown that a completely new sports car will debut in 2020, and a convertible version will be released in 2021.
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