Luxury auto brand, Maserati has announced that, it will offer electric plans of its whole setup by 2025, starting one year from now with a new GranTurismo vehicle including in excess of 1,200 horsepower.
The GranTurismo “Folgore” will be the first all-electric vehicle for the celebrated Italian brand, which is owner by Stellantis, previously Fiat Chrysler.
The EV change, is designated at going absolutely electric by 2030, as the organization is characterizing its moment. The new GranTurismo ‘Folgore’ will be the first vehicle in Maserati history.
The new GranTurismo ‘Folgore’ is relied upon to have a maximum velocity of almost 190 mph and accomplish 0-62 mph in less than three seconds.
Other than the GranTurismo, Maserati will also introduce the all-electric Grecale moderate size SUV and a Grancabrio GT vehicle. By 2025, Maserati additionally plans to add electric variants of its MC20 supercar, Quattroporte car and Levante SUV.
Practically all significant automakers, particularly the luxury ones like Maserati, have announced plans for EVs to represent a larger part, while possibly not all, of their sales by 2030.
The electric GranTurismo which was released on Thursday March 17, showed a smooth outside design for the four-seat car.
But for now, there hasn’t been any price release for the new EVs. Nonetheless, its present customary models ranges between $78,000 to $200,000.