Fiat Chrysler Automobiles recently revealed their future product lineup to investors in Balocco, Italy. Included in their presentation was Maserati’s product roadmap for the next fives years, which includes the long awaited Alfieri.
The map bodes well for enthusiasts who have been waiting for the Alfieri since it was said to go into production shortly after the Levante in 2016. It was then pushed back with to 2018 and the automaker has since been silent on the matter until now.
Listed as a speciality model, the new Alfieri along with a Cabrio variant should arrive by 2022 and cover 68% of the viable market. It also boasts a plug-in hybrid powertrain with E-AWD, a full electric offering, and it may come equipped with Level 3 autonomous functions.
Though exact specifications remain a mystery, Maserati did reveal a features the full battery electric Alfieri will have including a 3-motor AWD system with torque vectoring, 800v battery technology, long range, active aerodynamics and quick charge times. CarScoops
claims the all-electric car will be able to sprint form 0-62 mph in less than two seconds.
Those opting for the PHEV model will have a lightweight vehicle to look forward to since the hybrid only weighs 175 kg more than the ICE version.