Maserati said that it expects the new Quattroporte sedan to help push sales to 50,000 units on an annual basis. Fiat, which is investing 1.2 billion euros ($1.6 billion) in Maserati, hopes that technology and dealers from the tie-up with Chrysler help the luxury brand take on BMW and Porsche.
Check out our original post on the 2013 Maserati Quattroporte.
In 2013, Maserati hopes to sell at least 13,000 Quattroporte units – that’s compared to the 4,700 units that it sold in the first three quarter of 2012.
Maserati brand CEO Harald Wester has said that Fiat would invest in three new Maserati models, including an SUV and smaller sedan, to help lift sales surpass 50,000 units by 2015.
– By: Omar Rana