new Maserati Grecale SUV will see three versions roll out at its launch: GT,
powered by a four-cylinder mild hybrid engine capable of delivering 300 hp;
Modena, with a four-cylinder 330-hp mild hybrid engine; and the powerful
Trofeo, equipped with a high-performance 3.0L 530-hp petrol V6 based on the
Nettuno engine fitted to the MC20.
launch, the Grecale is also available in the PrimaSerie Launch Edition, a
limited edition featuring exclusive content. To complete the range, there is
the Grecale Folgore, the 100% electric version with 400V technology. It is the first
full-electric SUV in Maserati history. It has been developed at the Maserati
Innovation Lab in Modena and is produced at the Cassino plant.
new SUV stands out in terms of spaciousness and comfort, boasting an impressive
set of “best-in-class” features. It is best-in-class in terms of interior
space, driveability, handling, acceleration (0-100 km/h in 3.8 seconds – on the
Trofeo), top speed (285 km/h – again on the Trofeo), sound quality and
extensive use of fine materials such as wood, carbon fibre and leather.
dimensions are a major factor: in the GT version, Grecale is 4,846 mm long with
a wheelbase of 2,901 mm, a height of 1,670 mm, a width of 2,163 mm (including
wing mirrors), with a rear wheel track of 1,948 mm (and even greater in the
design of Grecale embraces Maserati’s new visual symbol, which distinguishes
every new model since the MC20. The front features a low and imposing grille.
The profile is notable for its contrast between purity and technique, with a
highly fluid body featuring meandering, visual forms and its technical
components highlighted by the use of carbon fibre. In the rear, the boomerang
taillights are inspired by the Giugiaro 3200 GT and fit in with the trapezoidal
line, made even more striking by the coupé effect of the cabin and its finish
like a sports car's.
in the cabin, the standout tech specs include the traditional Maserati
clockface. Digital for the first time, it transforms into a veritable in-car
concierge, courtesy of voice control. Everything becomes touch-based, with extreme
aesthetic cleanliness. The technology is controlled from the displays: the
large 12.3” central screen, the largest ever seen in a Maserati, another 8.8”
display for the extra controls and a third for the passengers in the rear
in-car experience is managed from the Maserati Intelligent Assistant (MIA)
Multimedia system, from the state-of-the-art infotainment and from Maserati
Connect. The in-car sound is pushed to the absolute limits of enjoyment by an
all-round sound experience, ensured by the typical Maserati roar and the
immersive Sonus faber 3D sound system. The Sonus faber system – as standard at
Premium level – includes 14 speakers, or 21 speakers on demand at High Premium
journey is transformed into a unique adventure that combines dynamic comfort
and an unforgettable driving experience, made possible by the extraordinary
handling provided by the new, 100% Maserati Vehicle Dynamic Control Module
(VDCM) system and the 360° control it offers over the car. The option of complete
control translates into a clear distinction between the various Drive Modes:
COMFORT, GT, SPORT, CORSA (Trofeo only) and OFF-ROAD.
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