Where Is Maserati Made?

2023 Maserati Ghibli parked under overpass
Maserati has been producing some of the world’s finest vehicles for more than a century. Every modern vehicle is backed by a tradition of excellence in engineering when it comes to speed, horsepower, and handling. You’ll also get some of the finest luxury accouterments anywhere when driving on Massapequa and Westbury.

Learn more about who owns the Maserati car company and where Maserati is made from the experts at Maserati of Long Island, your local authorized Maserati dealer in the Great Neck area.



What Country Is Maserati Made In?

All Maserati vehicles are made in Italy, as they have been for more than 100 years. The Maserati brand has been at the forefront of automobiles and car racing ever since its founding.

Is Maserati Italian?

Yes, it is. Maserati started in the town of Bologna, in northern Italy, in December 1914 by five brothers named Alfieri, Bindo, Carlo, Ettore, and Ernesto Maserati. In 1940, the car company’s headquarters were relocated to Modena, Italy, an hour outside of Bologna. The vaunted automaker still operates in that city today, making genuine Maserati parts and new vehicles.

Find out more about Maserati with the rest of our guide:

  • The Maserati logo of the trident is a tribute to the famous Fountain of Neptune in the Piazza Maggiore in Bologna. The trident logo 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 such as the GranTurismo. A guide will give you a tour of the showrooms and assembly line.

Where Is Maserati From: Other Manufacturing Plants

Additional manufacturing plants include the Agnelli Plant in Grugliasco, Italy, which primarily makes the Quattroporte and Ghibli. The Mirafiori Plant in Turin, Italy, makes the Levante SUV. Both these plants are located about three hours north of Modena, close to the French border.

Who Owns Maserati Car Company?

After being owned by a few different parent companies over the decades, Maserati is now owned by Stellantis as of 2021. Originally acquired by FCA 1993, a branded group with Alfa Romeo, Maserati was owned by a multinational Italian and American corporation headquartered in London, United Kingdom, and Amsterdam, Netherlands. In 2021, the FCA merged with the PSA Group, a French automaker, to form Stellantis.

Some Maserati partners include fashion designers like Bulgari and Ermenegildo Zegna, both of whom have a hand in the vehicle’s luxurious interiors. The audio tech company Bowers and Wilkins design the premium Maserati sound systems that drivers and passengers enjoy.

Does Ferrari Own Maserati?

Throughout Maserati’s history, the company has been owned and partnered with several other car brands. One of the biggest acquisitions in recent history was the 1993 FIAT ownership. Since FIAT owned both Ferrari and Maserati, in 1997 shares were exchanged and Ferrari took control of Maserati, positioning the brand as Ferrari’s luxury division. New factories, engines, and models were built in conjunction with Ferrari, taking the brand to new heights and entering the US market.

Ferrari eventually left the FIAT group, later known as the FCA, and relinquished control of Maserati back to FIAT. Maserati, in turn, partnered with Alfa Romeo instead, leading us to the current day where both brands are owned by Stellantis.

So, do Maseratis have Ferrari engines? No, not currently. Unless you can find the 1998 Maserati 3200 GT or a 2001 Maserati Coupe, you’ll be hard-pressed to find any modern models equipped with anything but the latest in Maserati innovation.

Test Drive a New Maserati in Plainview

To learn more about the new Maserati vehicles near Jericho, contact us or call 516-671-7575 to schedule a test drive. Our experts can help you pick out the right Maserati for your lifestyle. We’re happy to help you take home the sports car or luxury SUV of your dreams to Farmingdale.


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