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  • Image Credit: Copyright 2014 Brandon Turkus / AOL
  • Image Credit: Copyright 2014 Brandon Turkus / AOL
  • Image Credit: Copyright 2014 Brandon Turkus / AOL
  • Image Credit: Copyright 2014 Brandon Turkus / AOL
  • Image Credit: Copyright 2014 Brandon Turkus / AOL
  • Image Credit: Copyright 2014 Brandon Turkus / AOL
  • Image Credit: Copyright 2014 Brandon Turkus / AOL
  • Image Credit: Copyright 2014 Brandon Turkus / AOL
It happened again. Maserati has reportedly delay the gorgeous Alfieri coupe, the concept version of which made its debut way back at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. According to a report by Autocar, the 2+2 sports car has been put on the back-burner and is now expected to arrive in 2020 – at the earliest.

Giulio Pastore, general manager of Maserati Europe, told Autocar that the Maserati GranTurismo and GranCabrio are more vital to the automaker's lineup than the smaller Alfieri. Once Maserati replaces those aging models, it will then shift its focus onto the Alfieri, Pastore says.

After the Alfieri concept was unveiled in 2014, reports emerged that it got the green light for production and that a production model would hit the road as soon as 2016. Then the delays started happening, with China's weakening car market as the culprit. More recently, a report claimed that Maserati would have the Alfieri on the road in 2018. With that now pushed back a few years, and the chance for more delays, the car might need a redesign before it goes into production.

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