Maserati has revealed the three new models that will give the Italian carmaker "a completely new scope to 50,000 units per year by 2015."
The first is the all-new Quattroporte, Maserati's full-size luxury sedan and, according to the carmaker, the model that established the luxury sports saloon category with the introduction of the first-generation model in 1963.
Another model that's due in three years' time is the Ghibli. Though the previous models were two-door coupes, the all-new Ghibli will be another four-door sedan. No one knows for now if it'll slot above or below the Quattroporte.
Lastly, Maserati's Kubang sport-utility vehicle will go by a different name when it goes on sale in 2014. It will be called the Levante, after a place in Bologna, Italy, where the Maserati brothers first dreamt of establishing the car company that still bears their name.