Maserati has released images of the Grecale crossover due to be presented later this year. The photos show a prototype in camouflage, driven by the head of the Stellantis alliance, Carlos Tavares, during a visit to the Modena plant.
Maserati Grecale is a new model that will be placed in the model range of the Italian brand one step below the Levante crossover. The SUV is built on the same platform as the Alfa Romeo Stelvio, it has a long hood, a short rear overhang, a characteristic Maserati grille, small headlights, and ordinary doors with frames, in contrast to the “frameless” big brother.
There is no official information about the characteristics of the new item. According to preliminary information, Grecale will receive a 2.9 liter V6 bi-turbo engine. In addition, hybrid and all-electric versions are likely to appear. The Maserati Grecale will be produced by the Stellantis plant in Cassino, Italy, where Alfa Romeo Stelvio and Julia are also made.