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2022 Maserati Grecale SUV
According to a corporate announcement made today, those waiting for the unveiling of the new Maserati Grecale SUV will be rewarded on March 22.
The report of the formal reveal date is accompanied by the release of fresh teaser images, albeit this time, Grecale’s camouflage is more revealing than the prototype we saw testing last month.
Here are the major Highlights of the 2022 Maserati Grecale SUV:
- On March 22, the Maserati Grecale SUV will be unveiled for the first time.
- Maserati has revealed new teaser photographs of its future luxury ute, along with the presentation date.
- The Grecale’s camouflage includes its characteristics and specs, and these photos are our most pleasing look at it yet.
In most recent photographs, the Grecale is coated in light camouflage, giving us an almost undecorated view of its front end.
While its headlights are higher than those on the larger Maserati Levante SUV, the grille design is a Maserati trademark with vertical slats and a prominent trident logo.
The Grecale’s rear quarter panel and C-pillar have a similar shape to the Levante, and the quad-tip exhaust and the oversized front brake rotors and calipers suggest that this is a performance model.
We have no idea what the interior will look like, but we’re expecting Uconnect 5 for the infotainment system and excellent materials with Stellantis pieces, bin switches, and buttons.
The stereo in the new Grecale, for example, should have at least ten speakers and a power output of over 999 watts.
It will also feature many drive modes and a cargo area of at least 100 liters, or 3.5 cubic feet.
In addition, voice commands will control Maserati’s “Intelligent Assistant,” although we could’ve predicted that without the hint.
The powertrain of the Grecale is also a mystery. However, given its more basic goal, we’d guess a turbocharged four-cylinder engine with a displacement of around 2 liters.
There may also be a Trofeo version, which we hope will be powered by Nettuno V6.
With the MC20, Maserati hit it out of the park, and now we’re curious to see if the Grecale marks the start of a renaissance for the brand or if it’s just business as usual for Maserati.