The plan will see the company offer electric versions of its entire lineup by 2025, and be all-electric by the end of the decade.
The GranTurismo “Folgore” is the first EV from Maserati and will feature more than 1,200 hp. Although not a lot of details were made public, the vehicle will have a top speed of 190 mph and a 0-100 km/h speed of under three seconds.
Then after the GranTurismo, the company will introduce both the Grecale midsize SUV and Grancabrio GT car.
Then in 2025, the company will also introduce electric versions of the Quattroporte, Levante and the MC20.
According to Maserati CEO David Grasso, the EV transformation will be a defining moment for the automaker.
Maserati did not release any details around the pricing of the EVs. Nor did they provide an exact release or launch date for the GranTurismo “Folgore” or the rest of the lineup.