Bold targets look realistic, big profits too -
Meanwhile, Fiat’s Latin-American mainstay crumbles - Arguments rage about the efficacy
of Fiat Chrysler Automobile’s (FCA) long-term plan for survival, but the Maserati
subsidiary’s serious sales acceleration looks set to make some serious money
CEO Harald Wester confirmed to Automotive News Europe that Maserati was on track to hit the
sales targets of 50,000 vehicles for 2015 and 75,000 in 2018.
Sales totalled only 15,400 in 2013.
The targets will include the current models – the Gran Turismo, Quattroporte and
Ghibli, and later the new Levante SUV and Alfieri two seater coupé and
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