TURIN — The renaissance of the Maserati brand, committed late in 1997 to past rival Ferrari SpA, is taking longer than anticipated despite the efforts of the latest F1 champions. Production and sales are missing the target for the second consecutive year, and the launch of the Maserati 3200 GT Spider has been delayed to late 2001 or early 2002. Last year, Maserati SpA was supposed to produce and sell 2,050 units, but sales were at some 1,853 units and production data has not been ...

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