The brand will look at hybrid, plug-in hybrid and electric power in the lead up to 2022, but internal-combustion will remain.
Maserati will move into the world of electrification, but its range will never be fully electric. That's according to Maserati USA boss Al Gardner, who confirmed the current range will be completely overturned by 2022.
According to Gardner, a full range of hybrids, plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles are on the table for 2022.
Down Under, the brand has gone through its range and slashed prices this year. The range-topping Levante models now cost $45k less than before, as Maserati looks to weather the tough luxury car market.
With 149 sales year-to-date, it's down 45.5% on 2018 at the moment.
Globally, FCA saw profits drop 29% during the first quarter. Although Maserati is one of the pain points, the company saw sales drop in China and Europe, while the transition from old-generation to new-generation Wrangler saw US production numbers drop.