Maserati Grecale: ready for unveiling!

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The road to the introduction of Maserati’s second SUV is a long one. Nevertheless, the Maserati Grecale really makes its public debut this year. We’ll have to wait a little longer, but the Italians are showing the Levante’s little brother better today than ever before. It will finally be presented in March.

Maserati was initially scheduled to present its Grecale in November 2021, but was forced to postpone the unveiling of its second SUV until this year due to a combination of both the pandemic and the chip shortage. When exactly will the car be unveiled? We also know that now: March 22. To hold the attention until then, Maserati is now releasing new photos of its smaller Levante brother, showing the car particularly well.

Maserati Grecale

Maserati Grecale

To be fair, the appearance of the Maserati Grecale probably won’t surprise you. Maserati has already shown several wrapped copies of the SUV and this time the body of the car is still covered with stickers. However, that sticker work is no longer of the psychedelic-looking kind and now mainly consists of separate parts on which supposedly statements by de Grecale himself can be seen. “My Maserati intelligent assistant can be controlled by *****”, we read on the side of the SUV. Although it somewhat seems as if Maserati had to filter out some profanity from the Grecale, the brand obviously means something else by it. We conclude that the Grecale will have a digital assistant on board that you can operate with your voice.

Maserati Grecale

Maserati Grecale

The Grecale gets a striking front with headlights placed relatively high above the grille. The grille itself is recognizably Maserati, which means that the Grecale also gets a wide gaping mouth containing the magical trident, which is joined on either side by concave vertical bars. The sloping roofline ends in a rear spoiler and a buttocks containing slightly wide taillights with a boomerang-shaped signature. This makes the lighting optically neatly in line with that of cars such as the Ghibli, Levante and Quattroporte.

Maserati previously revealed that the Grecale will be 4.85 meters long, 1.95 wide and 1.57 meters high. That makes it 15 centimeters longer than the Alfa Romeo Stelvio and Porsche Macan. The Levante is 15 centimeters longer. The wheelbase of the Grecale is a decent 2.9 meters. The Maserati Grecale will in any case be available with a 300 hp and 450 Nm strong mild-hybrid powertrain with the combustion engine being a blown 2.0. With this powertrain, the 1,870 kg SUV launches to 100 km/h in 5.6 seconds. Its top speed: 240 km/h. Also expect more powerful powertrains, the Grecale has already been caught in a Trofeo-like gear!

– Thanks for information from Autoweek.nl

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