Maserati To Construct New Sports activities Automobile At Its Modena Plant In Italy

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Maserati immediately introduced that its plant in Modena shall be devoted to the manufacturing of particular excessive efficiency, excessive expertise sports activities automobiles, according to the custom and values of the Model, which has been current in Modena since 1939. Harald J. Wester, CEO of Maserati S.p.A., met with Palma Costi, Emilia-Romagna Regional Authorities Councillor for Productive Actions, and the Mayor of Modena, Gian Carlo Muzzarelli had been all current on the assembly which re-affirmed the strategic mission of the plant, as already highlighted in FCA’s Industrial Plan introduced in 2018.

This can exploit the know-how and expertise of the crew concerned within the manufacturing of Maserati automobiles. The plan is to improve and renew the present manufacturing traces. The primary pre-series manufacturing automobiles of a completely new mannequin, which shall be a sports activities automotive, will roll off these traces beginning within the first half of subsequent yr.

The CEO has confirmed the important thing function of the By way of Ciro Menotti plant in Maserati’s 2018 – 2022 industrial planning; he has assured persevering with manufacturing and the plan which foresees the renewal and upgrading of the manufacturing traces in preparation for the arrival of recent fashions. Fiat Chrysler Cars plans to spend greater than 5 billion euros ($5.7 billion) on new fashions and engines in Italy over the subsequent three years to attempt to make higher use of factories and enhance jobs and margins.

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Whereas FCA’s Cassino plant will produce a medium-size Maserati SUV primarily based on the Alfa Stelvio, the Ghibli, Quattroporte sedans and the Levante SUV are inbuilt two vegetation in Turin.


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