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Maserati invests $1.29 billion in hybrid and EV program
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17th Feb 2020
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Maserati invests $1.29 billion in hybrid and EV program

Maserati has taken the next step in its commitment to hybrid and electric vehicles (EV) with an investment of €800 million ($1.29 billion) in one of its key production hubs. After announcing plans for its first hybrid and EV models, the Ghibli, GranTurismo, and GranCabrio, Maserati has invested in upgrades to its Mirafiori production line to suit.
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Liam Murphy
Maserati sports car coming May 2020
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15th Nov 2019
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Maserati sports car coming May 2020

Maserati has announced its upcoming sports car will be revealed in May 2020. Details about the 'sports car' are hard to come by at the moment, but a teaser video posted on Twitter offers a few hints beyond the launch date. For one, it features a revving petrol engine, suggesting the first electrified Maserati won't be a pure-electric vehicle – instead, it's likely to be a plug-in hybrid, or offer a purely internal-combustion powertrain option option.
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Scott Collie
Alfa Romeo 4C Competizione pricing and specs
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16th Aug 2019
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Alfa Romeo 4C Competizione pricing and specs

Alfa Romeo Australia has confirmed a limited allocation of 4C Competizione sports cars will be headed Down Under, featuring a number of enhancements over its 'standard' counterpart. Priced from $119,900 plus on-road costs, the special-edition 4C is limited to just 10 units in Australia and commands a $30,000 premium over the regular 4C coupe.
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James Wong
Ram 1500: Older 'Classic' in line for an update
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5th Aug 2019
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Ram 1500: Older 'Classic' in line for an update

Ram could update its long-serving DS 1500 to extend its life as a cheaper, simpler foil to the high-tech fifth-generation currently on sale in the USA. Speaking at Fiat Chrysler's earnings call, FCA CEO Mike Manley said minor updates could be in store for the 1500 Classic (as it's known) to keep it relevant in the crowded North American pickup market.
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Scott Collie