9 Future Maserati Cars and Latest News Marking the Relaunch of the Brand in 2021

On September 9th 2020 in Modena, Maserati held the MMXX event that marked the relaunch of the brand and began the so-called New Era in the history of the company. It is high time for the Italians to be audacious, so engine and innovation labs are working hard to infuse the upcoming models with the newly developed electrification technology, in-house built powertrains and new customization opportunities. This episode of #AutomotiveTerritoryDailyNews will cover the latest models by the brand, and all of the latest news and rumors from the Maserati stables.
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#1 2021 Maserati MC20

Rumored to go on sale in coupe and convertible variants, the new MC20 mid-engine sportscar by Maserati signals the brand’s return onto the racing scene. Instead of the Ferrari-sourced mill, the newcomer scores an exclusive Maserati-developed 3-liter 90-degree V6 with twin turbo tech.

#2 2021 Maserati Ghibli Hybrid

2021 Maserati Ghibli Hybrid gets a mild hybrid system represented by a 48V supercharger that is fed by a tiny battery located in the rear. This setup aids a 2-liter turbo gasoline that produces 330 horses and 332 lb-ft, which are sent through an 8-speed ZF gearbox to the rear wheels.

#3 2021 Maserati Levante Trofeo

If you want to feel the intensity of a raging storm, then the most powerful modification of the Maserati Levante is at your disposal. The Trofeo modification becomes even more aggressive and technologically advanced on the inside.

#4 2021 Maserati Quattroporte Trofeo

Translated from Italian, Quattroporte stands for 4 doors, so even in the sixth generation the model sticks to its full-size sedan body style. In 2021, the race-bred grand-tourer is released in the Trofeo guise.

#5 Maserati Classiche

Maserati is known for keeping an open Historic Archive of all vehicle they have produced in the past, but this year, the company also decided to launch a new Classiche project that will include certification, spare parts supply, and restoration of Maserati cars.

#6 2021 Maserati Ghibli Trofeo

The latest modification of the Maserati Ghibli, Trofeo, goes back to the 1966 roots by acquiring a twin-turbo 3.8-liter eight-cylinder with 580 horsepower and 538 pounds-feet of torque.

#7 2021 Novitec Maserati Levante Esteso V2

Novitec Maserati Levante Esteso V2 is gets the company’s signature widebody kit, which consists of eight pieces, some of which can be ordered in carbon fiber. The Ferrari-built 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 now produces 624 horsepower and 605 pound-feet of torque delivered to all four wheels.

#8 Maserati Fuoriserie: maseratiusa.com/us/en/brand/fuoriserie

The tailor made Maseratis of the Fuoriserie will be centered around three bold Collections: Corse, Unica and Futura.

#9 2022 Maserati Grecale SUV

Maserati first mentioned that they have a new SUV in the works at the time of the MC20 reveal, and now, the brand promises that the Grecale will go on sale in 2022.


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  1. Maserati has devauled their brand. Just like mercedes. They shouldn't build any car under 100k. Id never spend 150k on a car when some crack head can buy the same one for 45k just cause it has a smaller motor.

  2. the Maserati QUATTROPORTE Trofeo AWD + 0.5 in. Lift 3.8 t-Turbo V8 4-Dr Sports Sedan (RHD) with AWD is the one to have!!! the Maserati LEVANTE Novitec Esteso V2 4WD + 1.0 in. Lift 3.8 t-Turbo V8 5-Dr C-SUV (RHD) seriously needs some off road kit at the very least for mild off roading!!! speaking of Maserati LEVANTE Novitec Esteso V2 4WD + 1.0 in. Lift 3.8 t-Turbo V8 5-Dr C-SUV (RHD) check out the original Maserati LEVANTE 4WD + 1.0 in. Lift 3.8 t-Turbo V8 5-Dr C-SUV (LHD) concept on Google a year or two ahead of it's full production launch!!! the concept Maserati LEVANTE 4WD + 1.0 in. Lift 3.8 t-Turbo V8 5-Dr C-SUV (RHD) looked way way better than the production version (what we've now)!!! avid Maserati buyers were so disappointed when the final production variant was revealed to the world because it was nothing like the concept!!! not one bit!!!

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