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Sergio Marchionne Is Considering an All-Electric Maserati Sports Car
Don't expect to see it before 2019, though.
While nearly the entire auto industry has been hard at work developing hybrids and electric vehicles, Fiat Chrysler has been rather behind the curve. Currently, it only offers a plug-in version of the Chrysler Pacifica and the all-electric Fiat 500e, which it only sells to meet California emissions laws. FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne hasn't exactly embraced electrification, but slowly, he seems to be coming around.
In an interview with Bloomberg Marchionne said he's considering an all-electric version of the upcoming Maserati Alfieri sports car, as well as a (presumably non-Maserati) electric city car. Marchionne also confirmed that a hybrid version of Maserati's new Levante SUV is on its way.
With typical bluster, Marchionne voices his continued skepticism for electrification while saying that FCA could replicate Tesla's business model, as he has in the past.
"I've always thought the economic model that supports Tesla is something that Fiat Chrysler could replicate as we have the brand and the vehicles to do it," said Marchionne "I think that to use one of our potential cars as an experiment in this area is interesting."
"I'm not as convinced as some others are about the fact that electrification is the solution for all of man's ills," he continued. "We need to experiment as we are doing now with connected cars and mobility as electrification is one of the potential answers."
An all-electric Maserati would likely be a few years away if it ever arrives at all. The Alfieri is already reportedly delayed in its normal, internal combustion state, and an electric version wouldn't likely be available until a few years after its release. Marchionne says the electric Alfieri would possibly arrive in 2019 at the earliest.
Even still, that's a quick development period considering Porsche, which has been taking electrification seriously for longer than FCA, won't release its all-electric Mission E until 2020. Of course, there's still a very real possibility that this car might not happen at all.
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A step forward for Polestar Cyan Racing in Vila Real qualifying
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A step forward for Polestar Cyan Racing in Vila Real qualifying. Polestar Cyan Racing took a step forward in the FIA World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) qualifying session at the challenging street circuit Vila Real where both drivers made it to the Q2 session and Thed Björk was just five ...
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This is awesome! Pearl Automation ‪#‎RearCamera‬ ‪#‎Car‬ ‪#‎OBD‬ ‪#‎ConnectedCars‬ ‪#‎Technology‬ ‪#‎geeksnewslab‬
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Pearl RearVision is a Rear camera for your car. The RearVision unit comes with a dongle that connects with a vehicle's on-board diagnostic port to help
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