Where is Maserati Made?

 

 

Ever find yourself shopping for a new luxury SUV or sports car and asking, “what country is Maserati made in?” or “is Maserati Italian?” The answer is yes, Maserati is Italian, founded in Bologna, Italy, and all Maseratis are made in Italy. Learn more about who owns the Maserati car company at Zeigler Maserati of Schaumburg, your local authorized Maserati retailer in the Chicago area.

Where is Maserati From?

Maserati started in the town of Bologna in northern Italy in December of 1914 by five brothers: Alfieri, Bindo, Carlo, Ettore, and Ernesto Maserati. In 1940, the headquarters were relocated to Modena, Italy, an hour outside of Bologna, where it still operates today making genuine Maserati parts and vehicles. Get more Maserati trivia below:

  • The Maserati logo of the trident is a tribute to the famous Fountain of Neptune in the Piazza Maggiore in Bologna. It was designed by Mario Maserati, a brother of the founders who worked as an artist.
  • The Maserati mission is to “build ultra-luxury performance automobiles with timeless Italian style, accommodating bespoke interiors, and effortless, signature sounding power.”
  • You can visit the Maserati plant in Modena, Italy, which primarily makes models like the GranTurismo, and take an hour and a half guided tour of the showrooms and factory assembly line.
  • Additional manufacturing plants include the Agnelli Plant in Grugliasco, Italy (which primarily makes the Quattroporte and Ghibli), and the Mirafiori Plant in Turin, Italy (which primarily makes the Levante SUV). Both these plants are located about three hours north of Modena, close to the French border.
  • After being owned by a few different parent companies over the decades, it is now owned by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) as of 1993 and is in a brand group with Alfa Romeo, another Italian luxury car company. FCA is a multi-national Italian/American corporation headquartered in London, UK and Amsterdam, Netherlands. Since its ownership by FCA, Maserati has been steadily growing in the auto industry.
  • Maserati partners include fashion designers like Bulgari and Ermenegildo Zegna who have a hand in their luxurious interiors, as well as the audio tech company Bowers and Wilkins who design the premium Maserati sound systems.
Maserati lineup driving down the road

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To learn more about Maserati vehicles or Maserati specials near Bartlett, visit Zeigler Maserati of Schaumburg for a test drive, and experience a luxurious Maserati Ghibli interior or spacious Levante in person. If you are doing more research, compare Maserati vs. Porsche brands. Our experts can help you pick out the right Maserati for your preferences and take home the sports car or luxury SUV of your dreams to Glenview. There’s no better vehicle to take you to all of your favorite things to do in Schaumburg.

 

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