Maserati's Grecale SUV Now Available in Australia: What You Need to Know
Versatile. Elegant. High performing. These are just some of the words that describe Maserati’s newest Grecale SUV, which is now available in Australia.
The model joins the brand's latest flagship offerings, the MC20 supercar and GranTurismo sportscar.
Founded in 1914 by the Maserati brothers in Bologna, Italy, Maserati initially focused on race cars. The brand later ventured into road cars in 1947 with the A6 model. Over the decades, the company has evolved but remains a symbol of Italian automotive excellence.
The Grecale is developed at the Maserati Innovation Lab in Modena. Three versions are on offer: GT, Modena and Trofeo.
The GT model is powered by a four-cylinder mild hybrid engine that delivers 300hp. Modena features a four-cylinder 330-hp mild hybrid engine. Trofeo, the most powerful, has a 3.0L 530hp petrol V6 engine.
For those eyeing electrification, Grecale will offer a Folgore version. It will feature an all-electric 400V powertrain and mark Maserati's entry into fully electric models.
Recently returning to the racetrack in the world’s leading all-electric race series – Formula E – Grecale benefits from all the learnings taken from the Maserati MSG Racing team’s prior on-track successes. During the 2023/24 championship, Maserati will aim to solidify its motorsport reputation further.
Design is equally critical for the Grecale. It features a low grille and fluid bodylines, leading to striking boomerang taillights, a nod to Maserati's heritage.
The Grecale SUV aims to combine everyday utility with high performance. For more information, visit Maserati's official website.