Remember the Maserati Alfieri concept from 2014? Well, the company hasn’t given up on the car that bears its founder’s name. In a conversation with one of the Maserati product planners, Motor News learnt the company plans to introduce the Alfieri as a production model in 2020. However, unlike the concept, it looks likely to be a plug-in hybrid or fully-electric model. Resurrected … again Aston Martin is resurrecting the Lagonda brand for the second time after it had a go with the Lagonda Taraf a couple of years ago. That was a sedan with a big internal combustion engine, but at this week’s Geneva Motor Show the company revealed Lagonda as a new super-luxury electric vehicle brand. Yes, Lagonda will be all-electric and the company has plugged into the new era with its Vision Concept SUV. It will be one of two models that the company plans to launch worldwide in 2023. Luxury hybrid Bentley has followed up the V8 version of the Bentayga with the reveal of a plug-in hybrid version. Usin...

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