The Fiat Chrysler Automobile has refused to estimate its sales of its Maserati flags.
It is said that interest was struck by Chinese giant Geely, a Volvo owner, but in Turin he has no intention of passing Maserati, despite the difficulties he faces.
At the end of last year, FCA directors stressed that they had made a strategic mistake in setting and developing the Maserati, delivering just 26,400 world-wide vehicles in 2018 across a t which is even less than the annual target.
FCA's new director Mike Menley thinks the company has mistaken Maserati as a “bran for the tombs”, and as a second mistake, Maserati and Alfa Romeo have been put under the same roof.
The FCA is planning to invest $ 10 billion over the next five years in hybrid and electronic models, where Maserati will have a key role.
Meanwhile, the FCA partnership and the French PSA group have considered what Turin does not refuse.