Refreshed Maserati Grecale SUV To Be Launched On 2021
Maserati is undergoing kinds of transformation and reports have begun to flood in. The carmaker will launch the refreshed Maserati Grecale in 2021, after launching the spectacular new MC20 Super sports car and its twin-turbo V6 Nettuno engine. It will be renamed the Maserati Grecale, slotting itself under the Levante.
The refreshed Maserati Grecale is in keeping with the tradition of Maserati naming its cars after the most famous winds in the world. It started with the legendary Mistral, in 1963. Ghibli, Bora, Merak, and Khamsin followed on from this. And Levante in 2016, the first SUV in the history of Maserati. The Maserati Grecale is named after the Mediterranean Sea’s powerful north-east wind and will play a key role in the creation of the Brand.
In all likelihood, the refreshed Maserati Grecale will be driven against the likes of the Porsche Macan by the same twin-turbo V6 that power the MC20, though in a different state of tune. An electrified version is also on the cards and while we are on the topic, Maserati also mentions that the new Maserati GranTurismo and GranCabrio will be the first cars of the company to implement 100 percent electrical solutions under its latest electrical strategy named ‘Folgore,’ meaning Thunderbolt in Italian. They are to be engineered in Modena and installed at the production hub in Turin. An electric variant of the MC20 will also be manufactured at Modena’s Maserati factory.
Ghibli Hybrid, launched in June, is the first phase in electrification to the market. Maserati’s challenge was to reach the electrification world, without betraying the core ideology and values of the company. The Outcome? Creating the best mix possible. Maserati has chosen a hybrid approach that mainly focuses on enhancing efficiency while also saving fuel and reducing emissions, keeping faith with its DNA.
A new customization program has also been announced by Maserati. Named ‘FUORISERIE,’ it allows every Maserati to be tailored to the customer’s taste, and every buyer is provided the opportunity for a unique experience to be produced at Modena headquarters in the new “auto tailoring” store.
The brand has created three simple collections as starting points, three collections-named Corse, Unica, and Futura-to help consumers find their way through the thousands of potential combinations. Apart from electrifying existing models, an all-new Quattroporte and a fifth-generation Levante are scheduled to arrive in 2023.
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