Where is the Maserati factory?

I’m thinking about taking a trip in the near future, and the fact that I own a Maserati has set my eyes on Italy. I just want to make sure I visit the Maserati factory if I go. Where exactly is the Maserati factory?

Eric Schad · Answered on Sep 30, 2022
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
A trip to Italy is the dream of many, especially to pay homage to your Italian sports car! The Maserati factory is in Modena, Italy, where it’s been since 1939. The original factory was built in 1917 in Bologna, but the company move to Modena just two decades later due to a slight change in Maserati ownership.
Maserati also has factories in Turin, Grugliasco, and Cassino, although they aren’t open to visitors. These factories came out of a purchase by automotive conglomerate Stellantis.
When you go to Maserati, you can take the factory and museum/showroom tour. The tour lasts about 90 minutes for costs 50 Euros, and you’ll learn a ton about the history, design, engineering, and future of this iconic company.
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