Formula E Maserati: presentation date revealed

We already know the director of the stable MaseratiJames Rossiter, drivers Edoardo Mortara and Maximilian Günther, it would be time to discover the car because the Formula E championship will start on January 15, 2023. And it is on the instagram of Maserati Corse that the date of presentation was finally revealed, it will be December 6, 2022 in Modena.

As a reminder, Maserati team arrives for the 3rd generation of Formula E. This new generation should offer the car an electric motor of 476 hp (350 kW) at the rear and 340 hp (250 kW) at the front. The minimum weight, including the driver, is 840 kg. According to the simulations this allows the Gen3 Formula E to reach a maximum speed of 322 km/h. We don't know all the technical information yet, but it will probably arrive at the same time as the car presentations.


This arrival in Formula E is a beautiful opportunity for the manufacturer to highlight all future electric models of the brand: GranTurismo Folgore, Grecale Folgore, MC20 Folgore...

See you on December 6th!



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  1. I may be criticized, but it's rather Abarth that should have been put in FE and Maserati in Endurance instead of Peugeot, but that's my own business.

    • Abarth tried in GT4, unfortunately it was abandoned... We'll see what they do with this brand if the volumes of electric models are not at the same level as the internal combustion ones (which have been blown up by the malus these last years in France).

      • On this point Fredo is much more optimistic than I am, that's clear and he may be right since I'm not Madame Irma nor Madame Soleil (his ancestor).

  2. They were world champion in R-GT (just like Alpine) with the 124. This would perhaps allow to have an image and an international support that would boost sales but it's true that not believing myself in electric cars, I admit to having a doubt for the future and I believe more in hydrogen but I may be a fossil that should join the thermal ones in the museums of antiques... it's quite probable.

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