MODENA, Italy – Maserati SpA plans to make a serious statement about the luxury sedan segment when it launches the new Quattroporte in the U.S. market in September. The auto maker has invested €200 million ($254 million) to develop the car, which will be built alongside the Spyder and Coupe at the historic Viale Ciro Menotti manufacturing facility here. Maserati’s Quattroporte sedan takes 74 hours to manufacture. The plant, which covers 32,000 sq.-m. (344,445 sq.-ft.), ...
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