Continues the recovery in production activity in the plants of the FCA in Italy, after the firm production imposed due to the pandemic of COVID-19. In the past few days, has reopened the plant of Cassino, where are assembled the Alfa Romeo Giulia and the Stelvio pass; next week will be filming the lines of Grugliasco and Mirafiori, where he is working on the pre-series expectation 500 electric. The actual production, in all probability, will be launched in the month of July.
Approximate dates, of course, in view of the impossibility to predict the evolution of the pandemic and the consguente economic crisis: the original plans included the start-up of the assembly in June. In any case, the Mirafiori is changing shape to embrace the electric is in the news recently, the start of works for the construction of the largest plant and Vehicle-to-Grid in the world, developed in collaboration with Engie. In Mirafiori, in addition, will be built a factory devoted to battery manufacturing.
As to Maserati, from next Monday will resume production of the Ghibli and Quattroporte in Grugliasco and the Levante at Mirafiori, although at a reduced rate, to the difference of the plant in Melfi, which already has reached full operation. The factory Maserati in Modena is at the moment closed: work is underway for the preparation of the assembly of the sports car MC20, whose debut was delayed from may to September because COVID-19. Re-opening scheduled for 3 June, finally, to the production lines of the Fiat Panda in Pomigliano d’arco.