Wednesday, 13 November, 2013 – The target of the first 10,000 Maserati produced in the Avv. Giovanni Agnelli plant in Grugliasco (Turin) was reached yesterday. Opened on January 30 of this year, in the Turin plant – Maserati's other plant in addition to the historic Modena site – the two new sports luxury saloon of Maserati are currently being produced: Quattroporte and Ghibli.
With two daily shifts, the plant, with a huge production ramp up, is now capable of a daily production of about 140 cars of both models. Since the start of production, which coincided with the unveiling of the new Quattroporte, the plant has produced about 8,200 units of Maserati's flagship saloon. Just as impressive is Ghibli which, since production started at the end of July of this year, has already produced over 1,800 units.