The Maserati Grecale, the new SUV by the Italian luxury vehicle manufacturer, will be hitting South African roads in Q1 of 2023.
- The Grecale takes the name of a wind and is a range within the range.
- Maserati believes their new SUV is designed to be driven anytime, anywhere, by anyone.
- The new release will be available in three versions.
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Maserati in South Africa brought together key clientele and select media to reveal the latest luxury vehicle from the Bologna manufacturer. The Grecale fulfils all requirements with every kind of powertrain: conventional combustion and hybrid engines, with the full-electric Grecale Folgore on the horizon, destined to become the first 100% electric SUV in Maserati history.
The Grecale will be released in three versions: the Grecale GT, with its four-cylinder 300-hp mild hybrid, the Grecale Modena, equipped with a four-cylinder 330-hp mild hybrid, and the Grecale Trofeo, with a powerful 530-hp V6.
The GT version comes in Bronzo Opaco, an enveloping and silky matte hue; Modena is Grigio Cangiante (iridescent grey), made possible by an interposed three-layer paint with effects inspired by the freshness of summer light; Trofeo comes in Giallo Corse, a powerful expression of the unbreakable bond between Maserati and Modena, a shade that combines the city’s two heraldic colours, with a yellow base and a blue mica, for the sportiest look.
The Grecale is also all about comfort, versatility and the sound experience: with the 360° sound, courtesy of the engine’s unmistakable roar and the Sonus faber audio system with 3D sound and up to 21 speakers. Interact with the vehicle through the various displays: the classic cluster, the new 12.3” central screen – the largest ever seen in a Maserati, and a smaller 8.8” comfort display with extra controls and the new digital clock-face.
The Grecale features new technical specifications, including the Maserati Intelligent Assistant (MIA) Multimedia system, the latest infotainment, comfort display, and the Heads-up Display, available as an option. To top off the driving experience, there are five configurable drive modes – Comfort, GT, Sport, Corsa (Trofeo only) and Off-Road – shift from the most user-friendly mood in the utmost comfort to the powerful emotions of extreme responsiveness and potency.
Pricing at launch (first deliveries in January 2023):
Maserati Grecale GT – R1’650’000
Maserati Grecale Modena – R1’950’000
Maserati Grecale Trofeo – R2’550’000
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