A reorganization of Fiat's holdings has landed Maserati in bed with Alfa Romeo, which means both companies will now be sharing platforms, components and sales networks, as well as a crossover wagon currently being developed. The wagons will most likely resemble the Maserati Kubang and Alfa Romeo Kamal concepts. Ferrari, which previously ran Maserati, is now relieved of its duty to revive the trident marque. It seems like this move will favor the prancing horse, which regains its ultra-exclusivity, while Maserati goes from platform sharing with the Enzo to building wagons with Alfa Romeo.
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