Italian luxury car manufacturer, Maserati has announced that it would put its Alfieri concept into production by 2017. This concept has been awarded 2014 Concept Car of the Year at Geneva. The manufacturer is producing this vehicle due to an overwhelming response by enthusiasts.
Maserati has developed its Alfieri concept based on 2+2 vehicle platform. The Italian manufacturer confirms it will produce this vehicle by 2017 and will follow it up with a cabriolet version as well.
The Alfieri concept has been designed in Centro Stile, Turin. Design team for this concept vehicle was led by Marco Tencone and it was executed by Lorenzo Ramaciotti, Head of Centro Stile. The duo graciously accepted 2014 Concept Car of the Year award in Geneva.
Owen Ready, Editor Car Design News expressed, "The design of sports cars with fine volumes and beautiful proportions is something Italian car design has long excelled at, but the Alfieri's more contemporary design elements have been executed with impeccable judgement. The result is a classic Italian sports car which is utterly modern."
Alfieri concept receives its name from its company founder Alfieri Maserati. He and his brothers has founded the automobile company in December, 1914. They set up their primary facility in Modena Italy and have produced luxury sports cars ever since.