Maserati previously said that each of its car lineup would be offered an electric powertrain option by 2025. This transition has already begun with the recently revealed 2024 Granturismo that comes in either conventional or electric engine options.
Maserati’s new crossover Grecale 2023 will also come in internal combustion and electric options, and an electric version of the MC20 supercar has also been announced, although it’s not yet known when this supercar will debut.
Furthermore, Maserati will introduce a redesigned Quattroporte and Levante lineup. Maserati has remained tight-lipped about these plans but it is reported the redesigned Quattroporte will debut in 2024, powered only. A redesigned Levante will reportedly follow a year later, also with electric power only.
The platform for this model will be the modular design introduced in the latest Granturismo. For an electric car, this platform houses a T-shaped battery cell that fills the center tunnel and the area under the rear seats. It is estimated that the peak power of the electric Quattroporte will not be much different from the electric Granturismo.
Production of the redesigned Quattroporte and Levante will likely be handled at the Mirafiori plant in Turin, Italy, owned by Stellantis, Maserati’s parent. Maserati said it would build three electric vehicles at this plant.
Last year, Stellantis injected substantial funds into the Mirafori factory in developing electric cars. This factory itself is where the manufacturer with the trident symbol builds the latest Granturismo.