TURIN — Ferrari SpA's board of directors is set to approve an investment plan calling for the expenditure of E200 million (US$182.4 million) over the next five years to expand and update Maserati development and production capacity at Modena. Some 45% of the investment will go toward design and development of a new range of Maserati products to complement the current 3200 GT and its Spider derivative, due to be unveiled in Detroit next January at the North American International Auto Show. ...

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