Davide Grasso – the manufacturer’s chief executive officer – made the announcement last week during an online fashion event, however no further details have emerged since.
Maserati will electrify its entire line-up by 2025, according to the manufacturer’s chief executive officer Davide Grasso.
Speaking at an online fashion event last week, Mr Grasso confirmed that within five years all models from the Italian manufacturer would be driven by hybrid or all-electric powertrains.
A spokesperson for the brand in Australia was unable to give further details when approached for comment by CarAdvice, but said an update would be provided when more information becomes available for the local market.
Above: the 2021 Maserati MC20 supercar, which will be offered with an all-electric powertrain.
The Fiat Chrysler (FCA) subsidiary recently took the wraps off its MC20 supercar in Australia, currently powered solely by a mid-mounted 3.0-litre twin-turbocharged V6 producing 463kW/730Nm.
An even-quicker all-electric variant of the MC20 – with a driving range of 325 kilometres – has been confirmed to follow, however no firm date has been set for local deliveries.
The Maserati Grecale SUV, which was teased last month (pictured at bottom), will also be offered with an electric powertrain and is slated for reveal in early 2021.
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