To participate in Formula E, Maserati will develop its own Gen3 which produces a new front engine with 250 kW and 350 kW at the rear.
“Maserati will be a technology lab to develop high-efficiency electric engines and smart software for our sports cars. Formula E is a championship suitable for this purpose and we are delighted to be the first Italian manufacturer,” said Jean Marc Finot, Senior VP of Stellantis Motorsport.
Formula E founder and chairman, Alejandro Agag welcomes Maserati's presence in Formula E. “I am very pleased and excited to announce that Maserati is the first Italian brand to join the Formula E Championship from 2023, its ninth season. It's great to have an Italian team in the ABB Formula E Championship.”