Audi AG’s technical and marketing agreement with Maserati SpA seems to have come to a halt. Originally, the first priority was for Audi to help Maserati bring the Kubang SUV concept to production. There was also talk of sharing diesel engines and an all-wheel drivetrain. Sharing of Quattroporte platform with Audi has yet to begin. But once Maserati decided it currently couldn’t afford to add a fourth model line, silence ensued from both auto makers. Now it is unlikely the ...

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