Maserati Kubang concept (above) to be redeveloped on Quattroporte platform.
TURIN, Italy – The Italian auto industry is skeptical about widespread media reports Fiat Group plans to invest between €1 billion and €1.5 billion ($1.3 billion-$2.0 billion) at its Mirafiori industrial complex for the production of the anticipated Maserati Levante SUV, and possibly an all-new Alfa Romeo SUV or sport sedan. Insiders say there is no need for another factory to reach the highly optimistic production (and sales) volume of 50,000 Maserati SUVs annually that ...
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