A year ago Maserati prodded its new SUV that will sit beneath the Levante in the worldwide market. The new SUV has been named the ‘Grecale’ after the easterly wind that blows in the western Mediterranean Sea and southern France.
This time around, Maserati has given out more clear photos of the new SUV, while keeping the outside styling, insides, and mechanical subtleties hush-hush.
The SUV shows the outline of its senior kin, the Levante, and we will not be astonished if the styling will be founded on a similar plan language seen on the Levante also. The photos spill that the Grecale will have a long hat followed by a slanting roofline, undoubtedly portraying a SUV-car like styling.
Up until this point, we realize that the Grecale will be founded on the FCA’s Giorgio stage that likewise supports the Alfa Romeo Stelvio. The reach beating Grecale will be furnished with a petroleum controlled V6 – undoubtedly a form of MC20’s Nettuno 3.0-liter motor. There could likewise be a 2.0-liter petroleum motor on offer and a few variations will accompany a 48-volt module cross breed drivetrain. An all-electric Maserati Grecale will show up at some point one year from now.
Maserati affirms that the Grecale will go discounted in the not so distant future in the global business sectors and there is an exceptionally remote possibility of the new ‘sub-Levante’ SUV to be dispatched in India, notwithstanding, not before 2022.