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Stellantis to Turn Turin Factory Into an Electric Car Hub

  • Automaker to move two Maserati luxury models to Mirafiori
  • Stellantis to make new electric Maserati platform in Turin
    

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Stellantis NV is seeking to retool its iconic Turin factory into an electric-vehicle hub, moving production of two Maserati luxury models to the Mirafiori plant as part of a decision that will safeguard jobs in the EV shift.

Stellantis, which was formed from the merger of PSA Group and Fiat Chrysler earlier this year, will make the Maserati Ghibli and Quattroporte sedans at Mirafiori, shifting from the nearby site of Grugliasco, the company confirmed in a statement Monday. One of the first actions to be taken is to create a new electrified platform specific for Maserati.