Maserati is set to unveil its first ever plug-in hybrid model with the Maserati Ghibli Hybrid in a step towards a new era of electrification.
The model was first meant to be presented at the 2020 Beijing Auto Show, which has since been cancelled due to the COVID-19 outbreak and Maserati had intended on postponing the unveiling until September this year.
But now, the luxury manufacturer is gearing up to unveil its highly anticipated electrified model on 15 July that will take place online via the company’s website. While not much information on the tech behind the hybrid model has been released, it’s certain the model will feature the Italian marque’s first ever plug-in hybrid powertrain (PHEV) and is being produced at the marque’s Modena factory.
The Maserati Ghibli Hybrid will be the first of a new series of electrified models for the brand, as they plan to apply hybrid powertrain technology to the Levante and Quattropole models soon as well as developing a fleet of other electrified models.
Meanwhile, the Maserati MC20 sports car, another highly anticipated model that is currently in the works, is believed to be released in a hybrid version as well as all-electric version down the line.
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