In an attempt to keep its exclusivity, Maserati plans on limiting its annual production to 75,000 units.
In an attempt to keep its exclusivity, Maserati plans on limiting its annual production to 75,000 units. Maserati still has a few years to go until it estimates that it will hit that cap, but with its growing model lineup, it shouldn’t take too long.
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Maserati estimates that it will sell 75,000 vehicles a year by 2018, which is a significant increase from the 15,400 units sold last year. Maserati expects to sell 50,000 vehicles in 2015. Most of the sales gains will come from the recently introduced Ghibli sedan and the Levante crossover that is expected to arrive next year. A production version of the Alfieri concept is expected in 2016.