Where Are Maserati Cars Built?

March 18, 2013

Each Maserati is made with remarkable precision and minute attention to detail. The components are produced at locations throughout Italy including Maranello, Modeno and Cuneo, Italy, and at the assembly plant in Modena each worker is allocated 28 minutes per vehicle, with 35 cars produced daily. The Maserati is an individually created, finely detailed specialty car. The North American headquarters of Maserati is northern New Jersey, across the Hudson River from New York City, with responsibility for processing and arranging services with over sixty dealers. While Maserati sells an average of 3,000 vehicles annually in North America all Maseratis are built in Italy.

Maserati is a name synonymous with racing; one of only 4 automobile companies created specifically to race (the others are McLaren, Lotus, and Ferrari). The company was founded in Modena, Italy, in 1914, and the first Maserati production car was raced April 25, 1926 at the Targa Floria; this was also the introduction of the distinguishing Maserati Trident symbol logo. The company has continued to create high caliber specialty and racing cars, and in 1993 Maserati was purchased by Fiat, which later merged with Ferrari; the Maserati is currently under the control of Fiat. Still a formidable presence on the racing circuit, in September 2009 Maserati introduced its first four-seater convertible.

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