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Does Maserati Make A Hybrid Vehicle?

Maserati Alfieri concept image

Maserati to Build Hybrid Vehicles

Seeing as how hybrid-electric cars and SUVs have quickly taken the market by storm, Maserati has unveiled plans to build an all-new lineup of hybrid and electric vehicles by 2022. The first to appear in showrooms will be the all-new Maserati Alfieri, the first-ever luxury EV coupe. Featuring three electric motors, the Maserati Alfieri is expected to have over 500 horsepower in its highest specification. This all-new model will be built in a new factory in Modena, Italy, a long-time home for the Italian carmaker. With pre-production beginning soon, stay tuned for more details about…

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What Does Ghibli Mean?

Maserati Ghibli GrandLusso front end

Ghibli - A Powerful Wind

The Maserati Ghibli, one of the most popular cars from the Italian carmaker, is named after a legendary Mediterranean wind. This geographic wonder appears during the summer months, and stretches from Northern Africa to Southern Europe. Bringing hot air from the Egyptian desert, the Ghibli winds mix with the wet Mediterranean air, resulting in powerful hurricane-like storms. These storms regularly appear over Italy, and with wind speeds of over 100 KPH, are the perfect inspiration for the powerful Maserati Ghibli. Since being unveiled in 1966, the Ghibli has remained one of the most popular models from…

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What Is the Maserati Logo?

Maserati Levante front end

Maserati Trident - A Powerful Symbol

The Maserati logo comes straight from Neptune's Trident, the mighty Roman god of the seas. The Maserati three-pointed trident is one of the most recognizable logos in the automotive industry. First drawn up in 1920, founding brother and artist Mario Maserati took inspiration from the Fountain of Neptune, a large statue which stood in the center of their hometown of Bologna, Italy. Neptune, the Roman god of the seas, is perhaps most famous for his powerful trident, something he wields with pride in almost every artistic depiction.

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