Italian luxury car manufacturer, Maserati, announced its plans to launch an electric car of the future.
In its electrification plan, Maserati wants to convert all the car models it sells to electric versions and will only sell electric cars from 2030.
Maserati CEO Davide Grasso confirmed that it would completely stop selling gasoline engines from 2030.
Even though Grasso said he would continue to monitor the market situation and consumer demand, especially for spare parts.
Grasso feels that the impact of the company’s shift to electricity production will be different in the future market. And these steps will affect a different type of speed, depending on how fast the sustainability of the electricity technology brings.
Maserati stated that this breakthrough will be the first luxury brand to shift all of its products to EVs. However, what Maserati has planned is not easy given the uncertainty that still surrounds some aspects of the EV manufacturing process.
The shortage of global chips is one of them, which until now still has a major impact on the smart mobile production process. Even among some of the most popular luxury brands, the transition to EV manufacturing has been cautious, but Maserati appears to be well on its way to achieving its goals.