May 23, 2022

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The world premiere of the new Maserati Grecale

The new Maserati Grecale SUV makes ‘every day exceptional’.

  • Grecale strikes the perfect balance between versatility and style, performance and innovation, ensuring maximum performance, comfort and safety at the same time. These features are combined with off-road capabilities and uncompromising driving pleasure.
  • The new SUV was developed at the Maserati Innovation Lab in Modena, and manufactured at the Cassino plant.

Grecale includes its own range of engines within the Maserati range, the most complete from the house of Tridente. It is available with a variety of engines: conventional internal combustion, hybrid system, and within a year, Grecale will become the first 100% electric SUV in Maserati’s history.

Three versions will be offered for launch: the GT, with its 300-horsepower small hybrid four-cylinder engine; Modena’s 330-hp four-cylinder hybrid and powerful Trofeo, with a 3-liter 530-hp 6-cylinder petrol engine, whose high performance stems from the Nettuno engine that mounts from the MC20. For its launch, Grecale is also available in PrimaSerie Launch Edition, a limited edition with exclusive items.

To complete the range, the Grecale Folgore, the 100% electric version with 400V technology, will arrive.

The new SUV stands out for its spaciousness, comfort and an impressive array of exceptional features. It is best-in-class in terms of interior space, maneuverability, ease of driving, acceleration (acceleration to 100 km / h in 3.8 seconds in the Trofeo version), top speed (285 km / h, also in the Trofeo), an unmistakable sound, And the use of noble materials, such as wood, carbon fiber and leather.

Its dimensions are a decisive factor: the GT is 4846 mm long, has a wheelbase of 2901 mm, a height of 1670 mm and a width of 2163 mm (including mirrors). With a rear track width of 1,948mm (larger on the Trofeo).

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Grecale’s design is based on Maserati’s new visual identity, which has characterized every new model since the MC20. The front features a lower grille. The profile stands out for the constant contrast between purity of design and technology, with a highly streamlined body, with zigzag and visible shapes, whose technical components are accentuated by the use of carbon fibre. At the rear, the bouncing headlights are inspired by the Giugiaro 3200 GT and match the trapezoidal lines, made even more noticeable by the sports coupe influence.

Inside the cabin, technical features include the traditional Maserati watch face. In digital format for the first time, it turns into a real assistant on the board thanks to voice commands.

Everything becomes tangible with intense aesthetic purity. Technology is controlled by screens: a massive 12.3-inch central screen, the largest ever in a Maserati; 8.8 other for additional orders; The third is for passengers in the rear seats.

The onboard experience is managed by the Maserati Intelligent Assistant (MIA) multimedia system, the advanced infotainment system and Maserati Connect.

The height of the car’s interior is pushed to the limits of your listening pleasure by an all-encompassing audio experience, ensured by the typical Maserati roar and Sonus faber 3D surround sound system. The Sonus faber system, standard on the Premium level, includes 14 speakers or up to 21 speakers on demand on the High Premium level.

Each ride becomes a unique adventure combining dynamic comfort and an unforgettable driving experience, made possible by the extraordinary behavior of the new system, 100% Maserati, Vehicle Dynamic Control Module (VDCM) and the 360° control it offers. the cars. Absolute controllability translates into a clear distinction between the different driving modes: COMFORT, GT, SPORT, CORSA (cup only) and off-road.

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For the world premiere of Grecale – a special digital event via the brand’s website (houseof.maserati.com) – Matilda De Angelis and Alessandro Borghi, world-famous Italian brand ambassadors and actors, were chosen to embody and explain how the brand’s new paradigm makes every day exceptional.

Italian artist Dardust also attended, with an exclusive song that accompanied part of the digital event.

Engineers from the Maserati Innovation Lab in Modena worked directly with Dardust to design the car’s audio. A joint effort embodied in the transition between technology and sound design, to personalize the ‘chimes’, i.e. the audio alerts the user receives as part of the extraordinary driving experience aboard the Grecale.

Maserati produces a full range of unique cars that are instantly recognizable by their exceptional character. With their innately exclusive style, technology and personality, they delight the most refined and demanding tastes, and have always been a world reference for the automotive industry. A tradition of successful cars, each of which redefines what the Italian sports car means in terms of design, performance, comfort, style and safety, and is currently available in more than seventy markets globally.

Ambassadors of this heritage are the flagship, the Quattroporte, the Ghibli sports saloon and the Levante, the first SUV made by Maserati, and all models are distinguished by the use of high-quality materials and excellent technical solutions. Now also available in a hybrid version, the Ghibli and Levante are Trident’s first electric cars. Full range, equipped with V6 and V8 petrol engines and 4-cylinder hybrid, with rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive.

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The Trophy range, which includes the Ghibli, Quattroporte and Levante, is equipped with a powerful V8 engine with 580 horsepower and further embodies the performance essence of the Trident brand. Top of the range is the MC20 supercar, powered by the innovative Nettuno V6 engine, incorporating technologies derived from F1 and available for the first time in a production car’s power unit.