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.

Harald Wester, head of Maserati, told Autocar the Alfieri won't enter production until 2021 or 2022, though.

Wester claims this is because the company is working on updates to its existing volume-selling models, the Ghibli and Quattroporte sedans, and the Levante crossover.

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.”