[2020 Edition] Current Maserati Model Lineup
Everything You Need to Know About 2020 Maserati Models Including Prices, Specs & Reviews
Updated: January 3rd, 2020
Ghibli / Levante / Quattroporte / Alfieri
Maserati has seen a notable growth of market share in the later part of the decade, peaking with its best global sales tally ever, in 2017. While things have leveled off a fair bit since then, the Italian marque seems to have achieved its goal of improving its image and presence around the world as a legitimate automaker.
For 2020, Maserati is looking to find a resurgence on their form from 3 years earlier, with the upcoming model year bringing in some fresh ideas and new blood. The Maserati Alfieri is set to be unveiled sometime in 2020 as the company’s new flagship and will be a 2+2 grand tourer available in both coupe and convertible variants.
Amongst the Alfieri’s most defining features – besides the proposed use of active aerodynamics and a Ferrari-sourced petrol engine – are its eventual availability with the choice of hybrid and fully-electric drivetrains. Maserati is well aware of the necessity of jumping on the EV bandwagon in order to thrive in the evolving market landscape, with the electric version proposed have a large capacity battery, ultra-fast 800 volt charging capabilities, and a 0-60 mph time in the low 2 second range. The Alfieri is expected to be officially added to Maserati’s lineup sometime in 2020, when more details become known.
For now, the Maserati Levante SUV continues to be the company’s best seller and is hugely responsible for the brand’s markedly improved profile over the past few years.In fact, Levante unit sales account for almost half of the company’s global totals, with the US market being a strong reflection of those figures. While the Alfieri will be the one to watch going forward, Maserati will hope the Levante continues to provide solid and reliable revenue for the company.