The future Maserati SUV will carry the name of a wind (as they all do). The Grecale takes its name from the fierce north-east wind of the Mediterranean Sea. This model will play a key role in the brand’s development.
A prototype of the new Grecale SUV was photographed outside the historic Maserati plant on Viale Ciro Menotti in Modena.
Innovative by nature, Maserati decided to share the new model’s photos exclusively with the Maserati Family. However, the employees were the first to distribute these images on social networks.
The prototype cars are currently undergoing intensive road, circuit and off-road tests in various conditions of use. This is, of course, to acquire vital data for the preparation of the new SUV’s final setup.
The Grecale slots underneath the mid-size Levante SUV. This new entry is part of the Italian automaker’s aspirations to launch 10 new or heavily revised models by 2023. Although the Grecale is nowhere near as awe-inspiring as the new MC20 supercar, it will certainly appeal to a wider audience that has shown an insatiable appetite for compact SUVs.
We don’t currently have many details about the new Maserati, but we suspect it will borrow parts from the similarly-sized Alfa Romeo Stelvio. This relationship and the brand’s performance heritage means the 2022 Grecale will challenge the likes of the BMW X3 and Porsche Macan.
The company will invest about 800 million in the plant at Cassion (Italy).
The Maserati Grecale will receive its World Premiere before the end of 2021.
Maserati produces a complete range of unique cars with an amazing personality, immediately recognisable anywhere.
With their style, technology and innately exclusive character, they delight the most discerning, demanding tastes and have always been a global automotive industry benchmark.
Maseratis are currently available in more than seventy markets internationally.
The company boasts a tradition of successful cars, each of them redefining what makes an Italian sports car in terms of design, performance, comfort, elegance and safety.
Certainly, the Grecale will be no different.
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