The production version of the recently introduced Maserati Alfieri is believed to come with twin-turbocharged V6 petrol burners.
After being officially presented to the public just last week, online during the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, in a world premiere, the one-off Maserati Alfieri is ending up in our news once more, this time with a report which is saying that its production version will be getting twin turbocharged engines under its hood. We’re talking about the 3.0 liter V6 with 330 P (243 kW) and 410 HP (310 kW), which are used on the Maserati Ghibli.
If the new Alfieri will be eventually green-lighted, than it’s believed that this will sit on the same platform which is currently underpinning the Quattroporte and the Ghibli. The approximate price of the model will stand at 60,000 GBP (72,300 EUR / 100,300 USD), which actually makes it a competitor for the Jaguar F-Type. The Maserati Alfieri, in its current “version”, is a 2+2 concept car, with 4,590 mm in length, 1,930 mm in width and 1,280 mm in height, riding on a 2,700 mm long wheelbase. Power is coming from a 4.7L V8 unit, which is rated at 460 PH (343 kW) and 520 Nm (383 lb-ft) of torque.