Maserati by 2030 it will be fully electric.

The Italian luxury brand said on Thursday that all its cars will offer an electric version until 2025.

The Coupe GranTurismo and its convertible analogue, known as the GranCabrio, will next year be the first Maserati car to feature battery-powered electric transmissions.

The Grecale crossover, launched this year in the US, will receive an electric version in 2023. Electrical versions MC20 Next will be a supercar, a Quattroporte sports sedan and a Levante crossover.

The Maserati plan is part of the Stellantis Dare Forward 2030 strategic plan, which was published this month.

“With all these new electrified products, fully electric, Maserati will set benchmarks for innovative performance in every market, in every segment we will compete with,” Maserati CEO David Grass said during a media event on Thursday.

The line of electric cars will be called Folgore.

The power of the GranTurismo Folgore will exceed 1,200 horsepower, and the car will have three independent electric motors.

The addition of Grecale will help at a time when more and more luxury consumers are turning to utility cars, said Bill Peffer, CEO of Maserati Americas.

“One of the things we’ve struggled with is that we’re not on the list to consider off-road applicants,” Peffer said. Automotive news. “We are confident that a line of two SUVs similar to one of our main competitors will help further legitimize us as a brand of luxury SUVs.”

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