One of the models that we are eager to see reach the production line is the Maserati Alfieri Cabrio and hopefully it will have very much in common with this render.
However, we will have to be very patient since Maserati’s top priority right now is coming out with the Levante. The very first SUV wearing the trident logo will be crucial for the company’s future, so hopefully it will be a sales performer to allow Maserati to focus on other models. If everything goes according to plan, the Alfieri will arrive in 2018 as a coupe and will be followed in 2019 by this, the cabriolet.
The FCA-owned company announced a while back the Alfieri production variant will remain faithful to the stunning concept unveiled at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. Taking into account this render is based on the concept, we are inclined to believe the real deal is going to look a lot like this. Maserati will sell both the coupe and cabrio Alfieri exclusively with a rear-wheel drive layout and power is expected to come from a turbocharged 3.0-liter V6.
Until the Alfieri’s arrival, Maserati will introduce the Levante in production guise in about two months from now at the Geneva Motor Show. It will be assembled at the Mirafiori factory in Turin and is going to be positioned as a Porsche Cayenne rival.