It all began in 1963 with the Mistral. Then Ghibli, Bora and many others followed. It is an old Maserati tradition to name their creations after winds. Now it's time again: The Maserati Grecale SUV, a strong, cool Mediterranean wind, brings a new wave of technology, performance and design elements. Cosmopolitan and modern. Italian and timeless. The all-new Maserati Grecale SUV was born from this creative contrast. Its shapes and lines combine essential iconic design elements with a bold, futuristic approach. Purity in form, no frills. The extraordinary does not follow any trend. With the Grecale, Maserati heralds the electric age. At the moment, the following three classic drive variants are still offered: The two mild-hybrid versions GT with 300 hp and Modena with 330 hp, as well as the super-strong gasoline version Trofeo with 530 hp and V6 Nettuno engine. The electric version, which bears the name Folgore, is scheduled to be on the roads from March 2023. As a compact and sporty mini SUV, it places itself directly below the Levante in the model range. Stylistically, in turn, it finds its resemblance in the MC20 supercar - The brand that gave Maserati a fresh identity. Make your day extraordinary- With the new, sporty Maserati Grecale!Configuration
The GT is equipped with a 4-cylinder-2-liter-turbo gasoline engine with variable valve timing and e-booster - efficiency enhanced by 48-volt mild hybridization. The battery is charged by a belt start generator, which in turn powers the engine's e-booster. The electrically driven compressor supports the engine in the lower speed range. The performance doesn't have to hide either: With a whopping 300 hp (221 kW), it accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 5.6 seconds.
The Grecale Modena also impresses with a four-cylinder gasoline engine and a mild hybrid-system on board. It differs from his little brother by its 30 hp more powerful output. With a total of 330 hp (243 kW), it cracks 100 km/h in just 5.3 seconds. In the design variants, the GT features mostly warm colors and materials, while the Modena uses cooler colors and a classic black. The wheels also come in 20-inch, while the GT has 19-inch wheels as standard.
At the top of the range and a whole league higher is the Grecale Trofeo with the 530 hp (390 kW) powerful Nettuno V6 from the MC20. It delivers a maximum of 620 Nm and reaches 0 to 100 km/h in 3.8 seconds. Sportiness and futurism characterize not only its performance but also the design. The choice of trim features three-dimensional carbon, perforated leather and colored contrast stitching on the upholstery. Of course, the wheels are also stepped up a notch, so the Trofeo comes with 21-inchers ex works.