Maserati SpA is moving full speed ahead with plans to re-enter the U.S., even though the outlook for the market remains uncertain, says Stuart Robinson, president of Maserati/Ferrari North America. Maserati will launch its new Spyder model in March after a 12-year absence from the U.S. market. The Spyder will be followed by a Coupe model set to debut in May and a new sedan to bow in 2004. While acknowledging the U.S. market remains "in a state of unrest," Mr. Robertson says he doesn’t ...
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