NEW YORK — Stuart Robinson, chief executive of Ferrari North America Inc., says his company will preview the Maserati 3200GT coupe at the Detroit auto show next January, shortly before the car goes on sale in the U.S. Ferrari is targeting 1,200 sales in the first full year, 2,000 units in the second and about 5,000 annually after five years. In addition to Ferrari dealers, the company is investigating awarding Maserati franchises to other dealers. There are 29 Ferrari dealers in the U.S. ...

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