Maserati's growth plans will be powered by electrified vehicles and a new crossover.
The Italian luxury brand is planning to have 185 dealerships in North America in 2022, up from 153 in 2018. By then, those showrooms should be displaying a sporty coupe, an updated Levante crossover and a smaller crossover that will sit below it.
The two crossovers will have electrified versions, as will the Quattroporte.
Coupe: A coupe based on the Alfieri concept was canceled, but another sporty model will fill that gap in 2020. It could be a rival to the Ferrari F8 Tributo and Lamborghini Huracan supercars. An electric version will come later.
Ghibli: A hybrid version of the sedan will come in 2020.
GranTurismo: The coupe and convertible will be replaced by two full-electric models. Maserati did not give specific timing, but they are expected around 2021.
Midsize crossover: The lineup will get a new utility option, smaller than the Levante, in 2021, the brand said last week. A plug-in hybrid model is expected.