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Maserati is bringing the first electric GT coupe to the market

The choice of EVs from the traditional marques is going to expand massively in next couple of years but what we haven’t seen yet is an electric GT coupe. This will change in 2020 when Maserati brings its Alfieri to market. Set to be available as a pure EV and a hybrid, the Alfieri will offer coupe and convertible formats. FiatChryslerAutomotive has lagged behind the other major car firms on its plans for electrification and whilst this car will serve a dedicated niche, they still don’t have any mass market EVs market models on the horizon and look like the most likely of the big auto companies to fall by the wayside as the transition to EVs gathers momentum.

That said, the Alfieri looks pretty and with three motors powered by a 800v, it will be quick. 0-60 in around 2 secs quick, according to Maserati. No prices yet but it won’t be cheap.

Autocar break the story here.

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