Like all new models from the brand, the Alfieri will be built on a platform that supports fully- and partially-electrified drivetrains.
A concept previewing the Maserati Alfieri coupe will make its debut at the 2020 Geneva motor show, the company has confirmed.
The new Alfieri will be built on a modular aluminium spaceframe which supports both fully- and partially-electric drivetrains.
Headlining the Alfieri range will be an electric model with three motors, all-wheel drive, torque vectoring, and an 800V battery. Foot-to-the-floor, the Alfieri will have a 0-100km/h time of around two seconds.
The Alfieri concept (above) made its debut in 2014 with a 4.7-litre V8 engine. Last year the company issued a teaser image (top) outlining the updated design of the reimagined coupe.
As per the last Fiat Chrysler's five-year plan, outlined by former CEO Sergio Marchionne a month-and-a-half before his sudden death, Maserati is looking to transform itself into the automaker's electrified brand.
A point Wester reiterated to the magazine, stating: "Any [new] product we touch or make will have significant electrification".
"For each and every lineup, we will have a full battery electric version. Not only that but at least one.”