Stellantis boss Carlos Tavares took the wheel of the brand’s new SUV at the Trident: the opportunity to discover new photos of the future Maserati Grecale.
The Maserati Grecale will be the future new model of the Modena brand, a more compact SUV than the Levante, which we find today in the hands of Carlos Tavares, the Director of the Stellantis group resulting from the merger between PSA and FCA. He was accompanied by John Elkann, President of Stellantis, Maxime Picat, European Director of Stellantis, and Davide Grasso, Director of Maserati, who can be found with their teams around the new Maserati MC20s at the end of their production line. (Photo).
After the first blurry teaser photos, we discover on these new images the future SUV of the firm, still camouflaged, which sports a long hood, muscular fenders and a sloping windshield that gives rise to a fleeting, rather dynamic roofline. The aerodynamics seem to have been neat, evidenced by the sleek alloy rims, as well as the concealed door handles.
Resting on the Giorgio platform which equips Alfa Romeo models, the Maserati Grecale will be equipped with several engines, starting with a 2.0-liter petrol hybrid version, which is rumored to develop a power of 330 horsepower, all coupled with an eight-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive.
The Grecale should also offer a six-cylinder engine, which we imagine already borrowed from the Stelvio Quadrifoglio with a block 510-hp 2.9-liter twin-turbo V6, while the range should be completed in 2022 by a version 100% electric.
The Maserati Grecale is expected to be unveiled soon, before marketing is scheduled for the end of year 2021. In the evening made in italy, within the Cassino plant.
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