Porsche Macan's Rival Company Maserati Grecale Will Start Production In November!
Maserati has announced that it will introduce the Grecale, its compact SUV, which will be positioned under the Levante, at an event in November. We can say that Maserati Grecale, which will compete with Porsche Macan, is quite close to mass production.
The Italian manufacturer has not announced an exact date, but has stated that they have started the countdown for the promotion. The naming of this new compact SUV will continue the tradition of "strong wind names", which has become the brand's tradition. The name Grecale refers to a strong northeast wind blowing in the Mediterranean.
Exterior and Interior Design of the Maserati Grecale!
The Maserati Grecale will carry lines inspired by the recently introduced super sports MC20. In the camouflaged prototype photos in our news, when we look at the front of the vehicle, a headlight design similar to the MC20 stands out. The grille on the front bumper is expected to have the "Trident" logo on the vertical grilles, which is Maserati's classic design.
When we look at the side of the vehicle, there are large diameter wheels, probably 20 inches in size, accompanied by red brake calipers. In the rim options section, it is thought that the classic designs of Maserati will not be missing from other models.
When we come to the rear of the Maserati Grecale, the thin long shaped taillights stand out. Two large exhausts and a curved rear window are among the other details that stand out. By the way, the exhausts look fake, but Maserati is not a manufacturer that goes into this kind of detail. At the very least, we hope that he is not spoiled in this regard.
There are no photos of the cabin of the vehicle. It is said that details such as a three-spoke steering wheel accompanied by gear shift paddles, a stepped front console and a digital instrument panel will come.
Known Technical Details of the Maserati Grecale!
When it comes to technical specifications, Maserati keeps its mouth shut. But the Grecale is expected to use Giorgio architecture and share common parts with the Alfa Romeo Stelvio. These common parts are said to include a 280-hp, 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine and a 510-hp, 2.9-liter biturbo V6. In addition, some new reports claim that the 3.0-liter biturbo V6 in the MC20 can also be used in the compact SUV.