Maserati says goodbye to its V8 engine with two special editions of the Ghibli and Levante

Maserati has been building V8-powered cars since 1959, with its first V8-powered model being the 5000GT, with the Italian company announcing that later this year it will stop fitting the 572’s twin-turbo 3.8-litre V8. horsepower in its models and this because the long-term agreement with Ferrari will expire this year.

That’s why Maserati, at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed ​​in July, will present the Ghibli 334 Ultima and Levante V8 Ultima special editions, which will be its last V8-powered models based on the Trofeo versions.

Maserati has built more than 100,000 cars with a V8 engine over the past 64 years, and from now on it will replace it with the 3.0-liter V6 twin-turbo Nettuno engine.

The Italian company will offer all models as purely electric by 2025, while it has set itself the goal of becoming a purely electric brand by 2030.

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