Also pertains to Alfa Romeo: More info on the motors: https://www.autoedizione.nl/nieuw-motorblok-koppelt-maserati-los-van-ferrari/ "Maserati invests as we know in new engines and electrical engineering in the coming years. Harald Wester recently announced that there is a new engine block to come as a basis for the entire range of the Modenese brand. The debut of this power source is probably accompanied by the introduction of a completely new GT that we can already admire next year. The independent role that Maserati will play in the coming years, makes the brand more flexible and stronger in commercial terms. Between 2021 and 2022, the delivery of Ferrari engines will stop altogether. From this we can also conclude that Maserati's new GT Alfieri, will not share a power source with, for example, a Portofino or future Dino (possibly the other way around?). For these leading brands, it is therefore deliberately chosen for the necessary differentiation, which is the advantage of both companies. The new engine of Maserati will also serve as the basis for Alfa Romeo we expect, since both brands continue to work closely together in a technical way, with Modena as a home base."