Maserati, an upscale Italian automaker, intends to switch to all-electric operation by 2030 as the automotive industry transitions to electric power. In the midsized SUV market, the classic Trident brand is recognised for its outrageous performance and aggressive styling. The Maserati Grecale SUV is the newest product to be added to their line-up. It ensures performance, comfort, and safety by striking the ideal balance between adaptability, elegance, performance, and innovation.
The Grecale is a sub-range with three engine options: traditional internal combustion, hybrid, and, in a year, the first fully electric SUV in Maserati history. The base Grecale GT has a 2.0-liter, four-cylinder mild-hybrid engine that can produce 300 horsepower and 450 Nm of torque and accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometres per hour in 5.6 seconds. The Grecale Modena has the same 330 horsepower and 450 Nm mild hybrid four-cylinder engine that accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 5.3 seconds. The high-performance 3.0L 530-hp petrol V6 used in the Trofeo’s powerful edition is based on the Nettuno engine used in the MC20. The SUV has a peak speed of 285 km/h and can sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in only 3.8 seconds (177mph).
The PrimaSerie Launch Edition of The Grecale, a limited edition with special material, will also be offered. The Grecale Folgore uses 400V technology and is available only in 100% electric form; the electric sister’s other specifications are secret.
The Maserati Grecale SUV adopts the new brand visual insignia introduced with the MC20 in terms of styling. It also turns the MC20’s horizontal profile vertical by using its low, intimidating grille. The Giugiaro 3200 GT sports coupe, which was introduced in 1998, served as the inspiration for the rear’s boomerang taillights. The GT and Modena have custom bumpers and chrome grille details, while the Trofeo has a rear-wheel track.