The brand said on Monday it will reveal the electrified sedan on July 15, and as has been the case throughout thepandemic, the debut will take place entirely online. We don't have any solid details on what to expect from the Italian hybrid, but Maserati is keen to underscore the car signals a new era for the brand.
After the Ghibli Hybrid, we'll see afrom Maserati after some pretty significant investments in the brand from parent automaker Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Following the Ghibli Hybrid, we'll see the new , which will sport a totally electric variant alongside a traditional model with an internal combustion engine.
Surely we'll receive more teasers for the new Ghibli Hybrid as we approach July 15. And while you're marking calendars, you might as well pencil in some time for September. That's when we'll see theafter the pandemic rescheduled its original debut meant for this past May.