Italian automaker Maserati was established in 1914 by a family of brothers sharing the same name, producing both road and race cars. Now under the umbrella of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), Maserati builds luxury sedans and grand tourers.
Like the Ghibli Hybrid announced in 2020, this is a mild-hybrid system only.
The small SUV is part of Maserati's march of new luxury cars starting this year.
Maserati hopes V8 power and better tech will bring in younger, more affluent buyers.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and PSA Group are no longer. Long live Stellantis.
This SUV from the trident brand sounds great and looks exotic, but it misses the mark in so many ways.
This version of the Levante looks great and goes like stink but little about it feels special.
The GranTurismo will be Maserati's first totally electric car, and the SUV will be known as the Grecale.
Maserati's new mid-engined supercar is a much-needed shot of modernity for this storied brand. It'll spawn an EV, too.