Turin – Fiat Automobiles SpA reportedly is looking to hike Maserati volume some 50,000 units annually and may build models for the brand at additional plants. Local press reports in Modena say the volume increase will come courtesy of a collaboration that will see the Chrysler 300 and an Alfa model derived from the same vehicle architecture. The new Maseratis would come equipped with a V-6 engine and automatic transmission, with pricing above the Alfa version but below 8-cyl. Maseratis ...

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