Maserati Alfieri Electric Coupe

Jun 5, 2018

Category: Rides

Back in 2014 at the Geneva Motor Show, Maserati announced its two-seater coupe concept car dubbed ‘Alfieri.’ Four years later and the revered concept vehicle has finally been given the green light to go into full production, and fans can expect the Maserati Alfieri to arrive before 2022.

Originally, this beauty was going to be fully powered by a V8 engine, but the team at Maserati decided to offer up both a plug-in hybrid and fully electric version instead. Based on the A6 GCS, the Alfieri is a more aggressive model, with a zero to 60 mph time of less than two seconds. With its blistering speed, the Alfieri can reach a top speed beyond 186 mph, which is comparable to the Tesla Roadster. The vehicle will have an aluminum spaceframe to provide quality support while still being ultra lightweight. Furthermore, it was announced that the Alfieri will be released as a convertible as well for those that want to feel the velocity as they dart down the open road. Unfortunately, no price point has been revealed at this point.

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