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Maserati Grecale: versions of more than 300 hp and ECO label accompany the brand’s first electric

Maserati goes into full electrification. It will have an exclusive presentation to detail all its facts and figures, but the Maserati Grecale will be the first fully electric SUV from the Italians. Until then, microhybridized gasoline versions arrive with 300 and 330 hp that will also have an ECO sticker.

After the Levante, Maserati continues to carve out a path among luxury SUVs. This time it will do so with a compact little brother that offers up to three versions, with different finishes and powers. The new SUV will also feature a PrimaSerie Launch Edition, a limited edition with exclusive details.

Maserati Grecale technical sheet

Maserati Grecale

Body type.

Five-seater SUV.

Measurements and weight.

4,846 mm long, 1,670 mm high and 2,163 mm wide (31 mm wider for the Modena and Trofeo versions). 2,901mm wheelbase.


535 liters for the GT and Modena versions and 570 liters for the Trofeo.

Maximum power.

530 CV in its V6 3.0 gasoline engine.

WLTP consumption.

To be confirmed.

Environmental badge.

C, ECO and Zero emissions.

Driving aids (ADAS).

To be confirmed.


12.3-inch screen for the infotainment system. 8.8-inch auxiliary screen for accessory functions. Android Automotive based operating system with “Hey Maserati” function.

electric hybrid

Yes, versions with 48 Volt microhybridization for its 300 and 330 hp four-cylinder versions.

Plug-in hybrid.



Yes, mechanics to be confirmed. 105 kWh battery and 800 Nm torque.

Price and launch.

Launch in the second half of the year. Price to be confirmed.

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The Maserati Grecale delves into the lines that we already saw in the Levante but with a reduced, compacted version. How could it be otherwise, the curved shapes and distinctive elements of all the firm’s sports cars are repeated: trident (on the grille and on the C-pillar) and its lateral gills.

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At the moment, it comes with three gasoline versions, the first two being microhybridization options that will allow them to obtain the DGT ECO label. The top-of-the-range version corresponds to the so-called Trophy, with a 3-liter V6 engine and 530 hp. The Grecale GT opens the offer, with a 300 hp four-cylinder. In between, the Modena reaches 330 hp, repeating four-cylinder engine.

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The Glecare Folgore will end up completing the range, its fully electric version of which, at the moment, we only know that it will have 400 Volt technology. Until now, the leading vehicles in this regard have been equipped with 800 Volt technology, such as the Porsche Taycan, the Hyundai Ioniq 5 or the Kia EV6.

Inside, the largest touch screen that has been seen in a Maserati stands out, with 12.3 inches. This one, in charge of controlling the multimedia system as it appears in the photos, will be accompanied by an 8.8-inch to bring together some additional commands related to lights or air conditioning. The rear seats will also have their own touch screen. Its traditional central clock becomes digital.

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The user experience will be provided by the Maserati Intelligent Assistant (MIA) multimedia system, its next-generation infotainment system, with Maserati Connect and based on Android Automotive, with the “Hey Maserati” function for voice commands. The Sonus faber 3D surround sound system may be included, with 14 or 21 speakers, depending on the chosen finish.

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At a dynamic level, the Maserati Grecale will have its Vehicle Dynamic Control Module (VDCM), which will have the following driving modes: Comfort, GT, Sport, Corsa (exclusive for the Trofeo version) and Off-Road.

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