Maserati didn’t uncover the new Grecale last month as it had arranged, pushing the hybrid’s presentation until at some point the following spring. It will space underneath the Levante in Maserati’s growing arrangement when it shows up, focusing on contenders like the Porsche Macan. That incorporates an elite presentation Grecale Trofeo rendition to take on the Macan GTS, and new government operative shots have caught the energetic model chilly climate testing in Sweden.
The Grecale sports a full-body disguise wrap, however the covers can’t conceal the sportier components. The hybrid wears bigger haggles that house bigger brakes and red brake calipers. At the back, Maserati replaces the quad exhaust with quad-nearby tailpipes. The remainder of the Grecale resembles the non-Trofeo variations we spied recently, with the model not wandering excessively far from the plan language presented on the bigger Levante.
However Maserati is flush with potential powertrain choices, it’s as yet muddled what self discipline the new Grecale Trofeo. Tales keep on proposing that Maserati will slip its new Nettuno V6 from the MC20 into the hybrid. It makes 621 bhp (463 kilowatts) in the supercar, more than Levante Trofeo’s 580 bhp (432 kW). Another potential powertrain is the twin-super 2.9-liter V6 from Alfa Romeo. It makes 502 bhp (374 kW), and powers Alfa’s Quadrifoglio variations.
With Maserati deferring the Grecale’s presentation, there’s a decent possibility the Trofeo will get postponed, as well. We don’t have the foggiest idea when Maserati plans to uncover the Grecale the following spring, yet its postponement is attached to the continuous chip deficiency that attacks the business. Maserati is situating the Grecale as having “earth shattering” tech, which incorporates progressed availability and different elements, all of which take chips to work. We’ll look out for more Grecale spy shots and subtleties as we head into 2022.