MILAN, Oct 15 (Reuters) - Fiat's luxury carmaker Maserati said on Tuesday it has booked 22,500 orders for new cars so far this year, as of the end of September. "Our investment (in new models) is starting to pay off," said brand chief Harald Wester at a presentation, referring to the 1.5 billion euros that will be spent from 2011 to 2014. Maserati is on track this year to smash its previous sales record of 9,000 cars in 2008 and well ahead of sales of 6,300 cars in 2012. ...
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