Maserati is building more Ghibli and Quattroporte sedans than it can sell. It's cutting production at its Grugliasco plant to meet the lagging demand, but will it still be able to live up to its ambitious sales targets?
While Porsche may be relatively new to the four-door game, Maserati has been building the Quattroporte with few interruptions since 1963. But like its rival from Stuttgart, the Trident marque is rapidly shifting from a sports car company primarily to a manufacturer of high-end family transportation. Not only does it have the new Quattroporte on the market, but now it's got the Ghibli sedan as well and the Levante crossover on its way.
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