Check out the new plans for Maserati, with a new entry-level E-segment car and Quattroporte replacement due within four years.

At a press conference in Torino, Italy, this week, Fiat's executives discussed their current five year business plan with investors, divulging critical information about the Maserati brand.  Two new models are expected to be released by 2014.

One of the cars is set to debut as a high-end E segment model priced below €55,000.  It would likely compete most with the Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG, BMW M5, and the Audi S6.

The replacement to the Quattroporte will be the second model.  The automaker plans to improve sales of the vehicle by reducing the base price of the car.  This price cut could be fairly steep, by as much as €4,500 to €86k.

Currently, Maserati plans to continue production of both the GranCabrio and GranTurismo.

Gallery: Maserati targets BMW M5 with new entry-level model