Maserati Alfieri: the Italian electric with a '0 to 100 km/h' in 2 seconds

Maserati is already preparing to manufacture its new electric supercar . The Alfieri will be built on the production lines that the brand has in Modena. That is why work will begin shortly for the profound remodeling necessary to build cars driven by electricity.

Once the update is completed, Maserati will begin to produce a " sports car in the style of Maserati ", only electric. This means that if everything goes well, the factory will start working in the first half of next year.

Three engines and fast loading

The Alfieri is based on the concept with the same name that was presented in 2014. It will be offered with coupe or cabriolet body and with the possibility of choosing between three engines. They will include a electric version , which will use a four-wheel drive system thanks to its three engines and 800 V fast-charging technology. The same electrical voltage as the Porsche Mission E.

The performance of the Alfieri

Maserati boss Tim Kuniskis has already declared last year that the Alfieri "will offer an unrivaled combination of performance and luxury", with acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in approximately 2 seconds and a maximum speed of 300 km/h. All this accompanied by first-rate technologies such as active aerodynamics or vectorization of torque between wheels to improve the passage through a curve.

El Alfieri replace the Granturismo and the Grancabrio at the top of the Maserati range . The plans that were released last year include new versions for the Quattroporte, the Ghibli and the Levante, along with a new SUV smaller than the latter. The production of the Alfieri preserie units will arrive in the first half of next year. So will probably go on sale by mid-2021 .

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