Maserati has its humble origins in railroad worker Rodolfo Maserati. In 1914, three of his seven kids – Alfieri, Ettore and Ernesto – opened the car workshop “Società Anonima Officine Alfieri Maserati”. In 1926 they made their first car, the Tipo 26.
And a century later, they’re looking to the world of EVs. The winds of change are blowing through the halls of Maserati. As the world moves towards a more sustainable future, the company is shifting its focus to electric vehicles. And they're not just jumping on the bandwagon - Maserati has been working on electric powertrains since 2013, long before it became the trend.
The latest addition to their electric range is the MC20 supercar, powered by a 100% electric engine that delivers a top speed of over 200mph. And the future is looking even brighter for Maserati, with plans to launch a fully electric version of their flagship Quattroporte saloon.
So get ready to say goodbye to petrol-guzzling engines and hello to a new era of Maserati electric cars - where style and sustainability go hand in hand.