The announcement by the luxury brand, part of Stellantis, comes as a shortage of semiconductors forces automakers around the world to slow or suspend production.
Maserati said its decision stemmed from ongoing disruptions in the supply of parts.
“In particular, due to a scarcity of semiconductors, production volumes would not adequately meet expected global demand,” Maserati said in a statement.
It has forecast it will produce 1.4 million fewer vehicles this year.
The FIM-CISL union has said the impact of a semiconductor shortage on Stellantis’ Italian production this year will be worse and longer-lasting than the damage to output caused by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.